Designed and made in American black walnut in an Art Deco style with shaker walnut doors and feature mantle, this kitchen provides a compact accessible cooking and preparation area with more than a touch of glamour.
The kitchen is designed to fit within a narrow space that has been opened up to give access to the dining open plan area where a Treske Rievaulx table made in walnut was chosen to match the kitchen.
The four oven AGA is central on the longest wall and sits under a bowed flat mantle pierced by curved uprights with stainless steel set into the solid wood. Each side of the AGA is worksurface of Cosmic Black granite which has been finished with a leather effect bringing out the contrasting crystal colours of the granite.
At the far end is the washing area where the sink and Perin & Rowe mixer tap are positioned below a wall cabinet with a concave door shape contrasting with a convex shape to the cabinet below the sink. This design gives more space over the sink. In contrast to the walnut doors on this sink cabinet, the other wall cabinets use white glass as a panel within their walnut frame. Full height specialist fused glass splashbacks complete the designs' contrasting colour scheme.
The Art Deco look is accentuated by the curves on the ends of the lower cupboards and by the feature porthole lighting within the kickboards and solid walnut pilasters, making this a very stylish and also practical working kitchen.
The whole process was a pleasure from start to finish and you took a huge amount of stress out of what can be a consuming and challenging process.
Contemporary, simple & clean minimalist lines fitting with modern architectural features
As featured in the 'Sunday Times' the Westwood kitchen was designed following careful consultation with the client and her architect Tristan Wigfall of Alma-nac Architects to fit perfectly.
Contemporary, flat veneer panels
A contemporary kitchen inspired by early 20th Century design, with flat and curved doors, using ripple Sycamore veneers arranged on the doors in the same sequence as they were cut from the tree.
Contemporary, Hardwood & Painted
Contemporary 1950's influenced design with flush door panels and recessed handles picked out in patinated copper