Our latest project is nestled in the heart of Hatfield Heath within a traditional home where our client wanted to create a peaceful calming feel. The choice of colours tells you that as well as the indoor hanging plant and accessories. A fantastic space that oozes a zen appeal and becomes the most favoured room in the home.
The layout consists of a double galley with bespoke furniture at either end in our Classic In-Frame Shaker style. A two-tone colour scheme with handles and knobs from Alexander and Wilks.
As previously mentioned our client’s desire for her new handmade kitchen was to create a space that was filled with peace and calmness. The colours we hand-painted onto the cabinets are Wevet and Stiffkey Blue both by Farrow & Ball.
We hand-painted Wevet onto the wall cabinets and the fridge housing. A new colour Handmade Kitchen is working with and we were excited to see it in real life. A delicate white with a hint of grey that is one of F&B’s relaxed neutrals.
Stiffkey Blue, on the other hand, is a popular hue we have worked with before and it never disappoints. We hand-painted this inky navy on the base cabinets, island, cosy seating nook and tall dressers. It creates a richly dramatic space with a traditional feel.
The island is definitely a showstopper what with the radius edge to make a social seating area and a large-sized worktop to create beautiful tablescapes and to prep at ease.
We worked with the lovely Sharpstone Granite in this project where they fabricated and installed Heartly Grey quartz. We love this particular quartz and have worked with it in many of our projects. The abundance of patterns and texture makes it a worthy choice, so versatile and oh-so-beautiful.
Taking our attention to this side of the kitchen is where we find the Rangemaster and sink area completed with a Shaws Farmhouse Sink and a Perrin & Rowe tap.
Bringing high-quality appliances to the home our client opted for the 900mm Fisher and Paykel American-style Fridge Freezer. This sits in its own place with our In-Frame cabinets surrounding it which include full-height pull-out larders on either side and a top cupboard that is perfect for items that don’t get used every day.
It was important to add as much storage as we could in all areas of the available space, so our talented team of designers came up with the perfect idea to incorporate more units. This is not only a row of cabinets but a beautiful styled piece of furniture with glass-fronted doors and a breakfast/day pantry behind the bi-fold doors.
This can easily be opened up into the space or closed away when not in use. It was our client’s dream to have this in her new kitchen and we delivered.
Bringing an exciting cosy autumn trend to the hub of the home – a comfortable nook in an unused space of the kitchen where items can be stored such as books so you only have to kick your slippers off, open up the drawer and indulge yourself in a good book. Because the kitchen is right there cups of tea are on hand or you may even treat yourself to a glass of your favourite wine.
This area can also be used for the children or guests to perch whilst waiting for dinner.