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Situated in a spacious light–filled room in this Georgian Farmhouse, the kitchen hub revolves around the AGA and a large central island. This serves as the main preparation bay with particular emphasis placed on rows of deep pan–drawers sited below the worktop. As an adjoining larder also contains the dishwasher and main sink, maximum use of the room’s space is maintained by adding only two more units: a large armoire, which houses a pull–out larder and integral fridge and a small base unit which houses the back–up single oven/microwave and ceramic hob.

Our clients required a country kitchen with a "contemporary twist" and we acheived this by simplifying every design detail whilst still retaining a traditional feel.

The units feature solid Cherrywood framing and legs which surround Tulipwood doors, drawer fronts and end–panels. Nero Africa granite worksurfaces are used throughout.