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Kitchen design fit for a manor house

When you get the opportunity to work in a Victorian Manor and you’re given carte blanche then transforming a kitchen can be an amazing experience. Creativity flows, design exudes and before long the blend of classic style cabinet work and bespoke free-standing furniture comes to fruition.

Mix it up – freestanding alongside fitted kitchen furniture

With this particular job the trick was to combine free-standing and interior kitchen furniture in a way that was harmonious with the architecture of the manor house. Walnut was the wood of choice and was used extensively in the furniture, floor and fittings. The immense kitchen island was accommodated with ease and was almost dwarfed by the traditional wooden cabinet at one end of the room and the huge canopy hood and corbells at the other.

From design to completion it was a joy to work at the manor house, with beautiful natural materials including walnut, brilliant white quartz and the sympathetic effect of the Farrow and Ball paint colours. If you would like to see more of this fantastic classic kitchen please click here.

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