This magnificent grand hall based in Yorkshire was a proud addition to our portfolio.
Boasting many traditional features including old stone walls and high ceilings allowing for a mixture of materials to be implemented within the design, including sandblasted stained oak peninsular table and sink cabinets complimented with the painted cabinetry.
The striking stone mantle over the Aga has the hidden recess details perfect for placing your cooking essentials.
The islands elegant canopy was bespoke made to house the extractor, as well as the bespoke made stone double Belfast sink, designed to be the centre piece of the sash window elevation looking out on the grounds, creating a bold statement in this open grand room.
The finishing touches of the hinges and the brackets on the peninsular table were hand beaten by a local blacksmith, providing a beautiful individual significant finish to each piece added.
Bench seating with internal storage was an important part of the design allowing the family to congregate making the kitchen an important key area of the home.
This kitchen is by far a beautiful example of British cabinet making. The design, manufacturing and installation is an asset to our team.
It was a pleasure to work with other dedicated design professionals and architects throughout the country on this project.