The lovely new owners had been slowly and carefully making sympathetic changes to the interior of the house and decided to take the plunge and remove the rather dated kitchen. They also widened the entrance from the garden room next door, allowing more light to flood in to what was originally quite a dark and contained kitchen space.
Our table island makes the kitchen feel more open
Lights activate automatically when cabinet doors are opened
Our inspirtation for the design was taken from a cabinet we had built previously for the family. The tall cabinets provided a huge amount of storage and meant there was no need for top cabinets elswehere. An under counter fridge drawer and a Meiele oven are located on the far side of the table style island, ensuring the only visible appliance is the Aga. The end result is a simple pared back Georgian kitchen deisgn with a focus purely on furniture.
Tall crockery cabinet with painted panelled back
Open cabinet to the left of the Aga for spices and oils
Truly bespoke kitchen design gives us alot of flexibity, and allows us to overcome architrectural features within a room. In this case, the Guild Anderson design team has taken an inventive route to unavoidable steps within the kitchen space, allowing us to maximise kitchen storage for our client.