The clients’ home, a 1920’s property, has lots of charm and character so their kitchen demanded something special to be in keeping with the architecture. Their previous kitchen was located in a small room towards the rear of the house, with an adjacent dining room. The supporting wall, between the two rooms, was removed to create a larger open space. They chose the Mornington Beaded, but with the beading for an extra level of detail, painted in a classic porcelain.
A disused fireplace, that was originally in the dining room, provided the perfect alcove in which to set the new range cooker and make a focal point of this. To add to the classic feel of the new kitchen, the clients chose Sensa Colonial White granite worksurfaces. The finishing touches in the design include the open dresser unit, glass wall units and the handy 150mm wide pull out system to keep oils and spices to hand.