This two-tone kitchen pairs Limestone with several shades of blue; the spacious island in anthracite, the range cooker in duck egg, and the splashback in French Grey. These blues combine to create a striking, yet serene living space.
The eye is drawn to the minute details; the beading in the centre panels of the Manor House doors, the ribbed door handles, and the Silestone worktops in Snowy Ibiza which have a subtle, marble-effect veining. These textures give the kitchen its character, and ornate charm.
The client opted for storage over seating, and the central island houses 9 drawers, ideal for stashing away utensils, crockery and necessary clutter. The client also selected glass-front doors for their wall units, perfect to showcase glassware and fine china.
Designed to simplify living, the Quooker hot tap promises an instant beverage, while the integrated wine cooler is on-hand for dining in, entertaining guests, or for a spontaneous mid-week glass.
The skylight bathes the island in natural light, a warm and well-lit space to prepare breakfast, while spotlights banish shadows from corners and alcoves. A bold, bright, yet tranquil space, where modernity meets tradition.