This kitchen sits within an 18th Century, Grade 2 listed property located close to the outstanding Perrot Hill School in Somerset.
Utilising an exciting selection of materials, the space blends traditional cabinet making with solid timbers, copper and stone.
The final material palette, consisting of solid walnut, solid oak, copper and neolith worktops, creates a warm ambience.
Two tall walnut corner cabinets provide much needed storage. A full height Miele fridge has been incorporated along with a large pantry cabinet providing immediate access from the main food preparation and cooking areas.
Copper is a key focus within the kitchen and has been used to clad the drawers and sections of the central kitchen island creating dramatic focal points throughout.
Focusing on the clients love of hosting, a large bespoke copper sink/ice-trough has been set into the island allowing space to chill wine or grow herbs as the clients sees fit. Colour changing LEDs highlight this unique feature.
The remainder of the lighting in the room was designed by Papilio, brought to life by Made By The Forge and carefully positioned to highlight the textures within the room. Discrete lighting under cabinets and inside the glazed wall cabinets create additional pools of light to capture the beautiful nature of the copper.
The total project cost was £36,000 which includes all cabinets in solid oak/ solid walnut & copper with ply carcass, glazed wall cabinets, delivery, installation and project management. Excludes appliances.