This bespoke kitchen blends subtle elements alongside statement design.
While the irregular ceiling heights and central pillar could have posed a problem, the clever colour scheme serves to draw your eye away from these areas and focuses instead on the dramatic charcoal grey cabinetry with its bevelled door detail and knurled, polished brass handles.
A bespoke bar area with built-in Miele wine cooler has been hand-painted in a rich, luxurious shade of purple. While the use of an antique mirror splashback further enhances the luxurious feel of the design.
Reeded glass has been used in the display cabinets, both within the bar and also either side of the sink, which has been strategically positioned by the window to allow lovely views over the garden.
The whole kitchen has been finished with Corian worktops, beautifully moulded to provide a seamless wet area along with an unobtrusive splashback and extractor hood above the Miele Induction hob. Other appliances include a Miele oven stack with warming drawer, a Quooker and an American style fridge freezer.
Full height cabinetry has been positioned along one wall with a double door larder cupboard, open shelving and a secret door leading to the bespoke utility.
In the centre of the room the large, square shaped island has ample space for storage and seating. Here, a softer shade of blush pink has been chosen to delicately contrast with the deeper tones throughout the rest of the room.