A traditional bespoke design for kitchen in Farnham by Lorna. The client requested a unique bespoke Chamfer Layon door to her kitchen to fit in with her beautiful new build oak home. The space was going to be truly unique, so the kitchen had to encapsulate this and feel part of the building.
The colours were very important to our client, so Lorna spent some time with her going over options from The Little Greene Company. Final colours chosen were Drummond and Hammock. Lorna also went with the client to visit our stonemasons so she could select her specific stone, invaluable visit and she moved away from Quartz and selected a Honed Granite finish ‘Kashmere White’. The island was a great central feature of the kitchen being a vast size at 2m x 1.8m. This area included a breakfast bar, bespoke designed wine racks, hob and wine fridge. The kitchen was to be a cook’s kitchen so each area was carefully thought out, refrigeration and larder storage to one side, dresser style setup with plate rack, island for preparing and cooking and a long sink run with ovens at either end. A stunning large Belfast sink was included with a specifically requested ‘Steam Valve Deck Mounted’ tap in brushed steel. Appliances included Neff flex induction hob, microwave, compact oven, slide & hide pyrolytic oven, 2no. warming drawers, American Fridge Freezer, Caple Wine Fridge and Falmec Inox ceiling extractor.
The space is to be used as a functional family space and allow multiple users to be working in different parts of the kitchen. The Utility was also supplied using Mackintosh ‘Cashmere’ Fresco Flat Door with Grain effect. The Utility space included a bespoke double door area to house the existing washing machine & dryer, unit to the worktop and sectioned off area to the hot water cylinder etc. The area also included an under-counter fridge, under-mount sink and chrome spray tap. The project looked stunning when complete and really gave our client the unique kitchen she desired.
Photos by Lia Vittone