The owner of this cottage in Wilmslow has totally transformed her home by taking out a couple of walls to create a wonderful open plan kitchen. The whole space now encompasses a beautiful kitchen diner with plenty of space for living, lounging and listening to the radio!
This bold industrial style kitchen is the perfect balance of urban chic and country refinement. The clean straight lines, metro tiles and deep blue tone of Farrow & Ball Hague Blue on the cabinetry give a modern feel whilst the feature Aga, kitchen larder and Belfast sink give a nod to the comforts of country living. The hand cast solid brass cup handles and deep oak worktop add warmth and true authenticity to this bespoke handmade shaker kitchen.
And, this kitchen is bespoke in every sense with the clients specification on every detail from the positioning of the door knobs to the configuration of the kitchen island and size of every cabinet. This kitchen larder cabinet has 2 spice racks on the doors, solid oak shelving in the top section, deep drawers at the base and even a wine rack.
The bespoke kitchen island has 4 deep pan drawers and 2 bespoke oak cutlery drawers facing the Aga and 4 in frame cupboard doors facing the dining areas. There is a bookshelf at one side of the kitchen island and a towel rail on the other side. It’s the attention to detail makes all the difference.
The kitchen island has been designed to ensure maximum use of the space in the open plan kitchen. Whilst ensuring there is sufficient storage space in the kitchen island there is plenty of space for the vintage oak kitchen table in addition to 2 comfy sofas in this bespoke kitchen.
The owner’s love of gardening is plain to see from the plants that adorn the marble quartz kitchen window sill which seamlessly matches the quartz used on the kitchen work surface. The gorgeous view from the double Belfast sink into the garden and new patio doors really bring the outside inside with the green pendant lights to match. The frosted glass wall cabinets add another texture to the vintage appeal of this Industrial kitchen.
Every thought has been given to functionality in this kitchen. The kitchen mantel not only sets off the industrial style clock beautifully, but it also houses the powerful kitchen extractor over the Aga. Whilst the Aga is used most of the year for cooking and heating the room, this is turned off during the summer to make way for salads and barbeques in the garden and when it rains there is always the electric cooker to rely on!
If you would like a free design consultation to transform your kitchen or if you are currently having plans drawn up by an architect for a kitchen extension and would like advice from your local experts in kitchen design call us on 07894666301 to book an appointment.