The Tiny House Kitchen was designed for a small rental property in Mousehole, Cornwall. This charm-packed property sleeps four, so the kitchen needed to cater for this in terms of storage and dining. Space was limited and slightly awkward, so bespoke cabinetry was the ideal solution!
The customer’s goal was to achieve a quality finish for their guests with bespoke units, and they were keen to repurpose all of their existing appliances and sink. Drawer storage for cutlery, crockery and pans created ample space for all items, making them easy to access and put away.
A tall larder unit in the corner of the room maximised the use of available height and provided for plenty of additional provisions. Adding yet more interest and balance, this unit was painted in Farrow & Ball Shaded White, contrasting beautifully with the Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue used on the main run of units, so as not to be too imposing in the small space.
Tulip wood, hand finished
Quooker Combi hot water tap
Polished chrome pull handles and knobs
Stainless steel undermount sink
Traditional style overmantel housing recirculating extraction
Bespoke table in a combination on Pippy Oak and Burnt Oak
Tall larder cabinets either side of the freestanding refrigerator
Splashback in herringbone style using metro tiles
Tall larder unit and integrated fridge freezer in contrasting colour