Case Study

This is a perfect kitchen for a family.  It allows them to cook and dine together and also relax while watching TV in the same room.


This bespoke kitchen is designed and handmade here in Cumbria.  The in-frame furniture has been spray finished in Farrow & Ball colours.  Spraying on colour creates a smooth and durable finish.

Grey limestone tiled flooring meets oak flooring in the working section of the kitchen.  This subtle design layout extends the simplicity of the lines throughout the kitchen.


The working island was painted in the shade ‘Railings’ by Farrow & Ball which creates a subtle change in tone and interest from the ‘Downpipe’ shade used on the tall units.  Such dark colours work well with the light worktops.  The Silestone worktop has a veined appearance which adds a touch of glamour to the room.

The drop lights over the island and dining table complement the Georgian period room.  Creating a presence, as well as serving a practical purpose.


We recommended a breakfast cabinet as a great place to store the toaster and other ‘messy’ items.  With everything conveniently stored in one place, its easy to simply close the bi-folding doors once everyone has finished.  It also stores tea and coffee making facilities.


We suggested using an induction hob on the island because it’s extremely clean and energy efficient.  Many suppliers strive to be ecologically friendly, such as Siemens and the appliances used in this project.  The iQ700 range was chosen for its frameless simplicity.

Using an induction kettle on the hob is not only quicker but more energy efficient than an electric kettle.  A downdraught extractor is a discreet way to get rid of steam and smells along with pull up plug sockets.  All this allows the design of the kitchen to be the main feature, opening up the room and remaining clutter free.

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