This light and airy kitchen has bi-fold doors linking inside and outside spaces. Each area of the inside space has a different design element, making it eclectic and functional for its owner who is a food technology teacher, and who intends to use the space as a cookery school in the future.
As the functionality is central to the design of this kitchen, it is easy to clean and maintain as well as beautiful to behold. George was given free reign with the design – the clients trusted his judgement and skill, and both he and they are bowled over with the results.
Tulip wood with elements of oak wood
Danish oil & painted finish
Stainless steel worktop with ‘sunk’ sink and built in drainer
Monobloc tap and Ouooker hot water tap
Silestone Quartz worktop on island
Tapered legs in island unit
Stripes painted within oak veneered ‘push open doors’