A stunning project completed for our client in Stock, Essex, in an expansive space within a very impressive property.
The kitchen furniture is our classic shaker style with the doors and drawers ‘in-frame’. The doors feature a shallow recessed panel, while the drawers are flat front.
The back wall of furniture is floor-to-ceiling which gives the ultimate ‘built-in’ look. The kitchen is perfectly integrated into the room.
A large central island can seat 6 people and adds that all important additional workspace and storage.
We hand-painted the kitchen using our tried and tested, brushed-on technique and the paints by Farrow & Ball for the ultimate in style and a long-lasting finish which can be easily repaired or changed in the future.
Card Room Green has been applied to the island and utility room, while Slipper Satin has been applied to the main areas of furniture.
The kitchen appliances specified by our client include cooking and cooling appliances by Sub-Zero & Wolf. As you will see in the pictures below, the Wolf Rangetop takes centre-stage, offering a cooking experience like no other – indoor BBQ’s are now a possibility. The built-in ovens are the M-Series Contemporary Stainless Steel and offer a wide range of cooking modes and compliment the Rangetop perfectly.
The Refrigerator is an over-and-under layout with a French door fridge and a multi-drawer freezer.
What Is Shaker Design?
Shaker furniture is a distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers, a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and honesty. Their beliefs were reflected in the well-made furniture of minimalist designs. Wikipedia.