Designed for a large extension that also houses the communal dining and relaxing areas of the house, this kitchen was made to reflect the open plan nature of this family living space and use of natural light.
Within the open plan design, height is used at both the breakfast bar and behind the induction hob to provide a definition of where the kitchen sits, as distinct from, but linked to the dining area, home office and snug areas of this large space.
Key features are; a wall of cabinets containing cooking appliances, larder cupboards, fridge and freezers, with kitchen island for food preparation and breakfast perch alongside a further set of cabinets overlooking the garden.
Shaker style doors and panels, painted white with walnut detailing from the handles and in key revealed spaces such as within the larder cupboard and breakfast bar, give a pleasing contrast within the room. The main appliances, cooking and storage takes place within a run of tall cabinets, while breakfast is on the island. The level of storage within the kitchen is superb, and the design is softened through the use of radius corner posts.
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Contemporary, Modern & Wood Venners
The latest addition to the Treske showroom, a striking contemporary kitchen with a mixture of materials and textures.
As featured in the Sunday Times
One-off kitchen, designed along simple and clean minimalist lines to fit in with modern, well-lit architectural features
A contemporary framed and painted Shaker style kitchen, unifying the inside and outside garden space.