The clients existing kitchen was poorly designed so it was important that their new one had an ergonomic flow to it. The clients chose a mix of Langham Alabaster and Lyndon Oak cabinetry which creates an easy-to-live with ambience. The focal point of the design was to be the red aga and mantle which is centred between the large windows. The oak tall units, housing lots of storage and additional ovens have been staggered in height and depth to add design interest.
The clients wanted to have a 4-burner gas hob for additional cooking capacity and so the designers were able to create a bespoke overmantle which accommodates the aga and hob and also allows for sufficient extraction. A small glass display unit was designed opposite the dining area and features an integral wine rack in contrasting oak to tie in with the oak cabinetry.