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Solid Oak Kitchen Westbury-On-Severn - Case Study

Case Studies

This large kitchen forms the centrepiece of a newly refurbished family home. The family in question are a professional couple, with grown-up children living at home and also a family pet Harley (a boxer dog); as such they required a multi-functional, versatile kitchen design that would allow for food preparation and entertaining.

Measuring 6m x 5m in diameter, the kitchen was designed around an island focal point. This island - measuring an impressive 2800mm in length - discreetly houses power points and a hob, and has an overhead extractor: a self-contained cooking area in itself.

Storage spaces were created to blend seamlessly into the room. A double full height pull out larder and bespoke dresser with glass frontals and internal wine racks made convenient yet attractive features; and an open cabinet with solid oak vegetable baskets was a quirky finishing touch.

To complete the modern, airy look we sourced black granite worktops and stylish stainless steel Samsung and Siemens appliances, and paired these with our solid oak cabinetry. The frontals are from our 'Chatham' solid oak door range (which has been influenced heavily by the popular Shaker movement) and have been hand finished in White Tie from Farrow & Ball.

Kitchen Checklist:

Door Range - Chatham

Finish - Hand finished in Farrow & Ball's White Tie

Worktops - Granite

Appliances - Samsung and Siemens

These images are real-life examples of our work and are intended to give an impression of a finished Joseph & Kingsley kitchen; as a result these images should not be used to colour-match our products. To view accurate representations of our products please visit our showroom or order a sample.

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