Timeless GreysKitchen, Kent
A hand made kitchen painted in Farrow and Ball Pavilion Grey on the cabinetry and Railings on the island unit.
The worktops themselves are a Quartz material and there is also a raised section of worktop behind the Aga giving a useful shelf. The traditional chimney style mantle hides a modern extractor motor and has reduced depth piers allowing for an additional domino induction hob to be sited next to the Aga.
The sink run contains a pull out bin system hidden within the cabinets and a matching Quartz worktop.
The breakfast cabinet serves as the final break before the living space. When the top doors are opened it reveals a serviceable worktop with built in sockets.
The tall housings are grouped together, the central section is a double larder with internal features to organise the space, solid oak drawers and bottle racks on doors giving ease of access. A large American fridge copes with the cooling capacity required for the family and there is an additional oven for the summer months when the Aga is switched off.
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