Built over 200 years ago, Anmer Hall is a beautiful country property that falls on the Queen’s Sandringham Estates. Our client wanted a bespoke kitchen with shaker influences. We crafted a wonderful fusion of state-of-the-art features lovingly wrapped in a traditional design that complimented the rest of the late-Georgian house.
The Anmer Hall kitchen epitomises the English country kitchen style that we've all grown to love and features free-standing dressers, a beautiful large kitchen island, wall cupboards and floor cabinets, saddle stools and gorgeous Walnut worktops.
Anmer Hall is now the residence of The Cambridges, William and Kate.
The Anmer Hall kitchen features an elegant and traditional country aesthetic with a dark walnut worktop defining the light kitchen cabinets. After years of family life, the country kitchen in Anmer Hall clearly demonstrates that our bespoke kitchens still look as good as new.
The traditionally styled kitchen island from the Anmer Hall kitchen features six small solid Oak drawers and four solid Walnut trays, all of which are placed on industry-leading soft close drawer runners.
No matter the dimensions of your cabinets, drawers, or doors; there is never any compromise on materials or design...
Crafted into the traditionally styled bespoke kitchen island, the drawers are beautifully dovetailed and are placed on soft-close drawer runners built to withstand up to 60kg. They are finished with Walnut hand-turned doorknobs. The perfect addition to this country kitchen.
The Belfast double sink is complimented by bridge lever taps to add a sophisticated finishing touch to the sink area in this traditional bespoke kitchen. In a neutral cream colour, the Dual Control 5-oven AGA cooker is placed proudly along the back wall.
Precisely cut by our state-of-the-art CNC machine, the Black Walnut worktops join millimetre perfect against one another. Only using the finest materials, the worktop is matched with hand-turned doorknobs also crafted from Walnut. A simple and understated form of elegance.
A solid Iroko drainage board is perfectly placed next to the Belfast double sink and bridge lever taps. An end grain White Oak chopping block provides the optimum surface for chopping meat.
Anmer Hall’s wooden worktops have a graceful and wavy grain which swims in the deep, dark colour of the Black Walnut. With a natural lustre that is emphasised with oiling, the worktop radiates warmth and beauty around this traditional country kitchen.
Details in this traditional kitchen include end caps which are used to protect the walnut worktops from the constant heat of the Dual Control 5-oven AGA cooker. Full stave wooden upstands provide added visual weight to the back edge of this shaker influenced bespoke kitchen.