Cleaner lines, unostentatious, lots of wide deep drawers and another larder cupboard. Colours and materials to be soft and light. Could the kitchen still have a traditional edge to acknowledge that is set in a Sussex farmhouse?
The Aga is a soft blue which helped to blend it into the kitchen design by Simon Gray.The island and breakfast bar were kept square. The pendant lights, kitchen stools and the quarter turned painted corner posts to each side of the Aga softened the look with some curves… Just enough to stop it looking angular. Oak has been used for the fridge freezer doors and the larder cupboard, yet it is also true to say that this is a modern kitchen.
The solution is so lovely. Spend time looking at the small variations in colours. The porcelain floor melds into the design as do the wall tiles behind the Aga. We have some very happy clients here. It is not some horrid range of cupboards from a showroom. It is a personal carefully constructed solution. There are details that make it a sheer pleasure to use. This design has evolved from putting in many hours. We will be proud of it for many years to come!