1909’s Georgian look carefully combines classical styling with embellished detailing, whilst remaining understated and graceful. A traditional kitchen, in a beautifully restored home, it has been sympathetically designed to blend in perfectly with original features, such as sash windows and beams. Subtly merging two distinct areas; cooking and dining, this simplistically stunning space is seamlessly achieved.
Demonstrating the importance of cleverly thought out design, whilst highlighting the natural features and proportions of the room, this beautifully ornate kitchen features a mix of cup, knob and latch handles on striking painted cabinetry. The space has been perfectly optimised through floor to ceiling units, offering prominent yet practical storage space and the addition of a walk-in pantry ensures this functional kitchen is the heart of the home.
Creating an abundance of storage space through integrated full height larders and a concealed pantry, this Georgian kitchen is perfectly aligned with everyday life. Utilising the area to create additional zoned workspace, a separate breakfast area, or even keeping the toaster and kettle tucked away, this kitchen provides a fresh approach to a traditional timeless design.

An up-to-the-minute expression of the traditional working kitchen. Centred around a commanding island, statement appliances also feel very at home in this classic setting. A balance of subtle detailing and pared-back architecture - stopping well short of overly elaborate detailing