This is a compact space that has been cleverly designed to provide 2 ovens, a large ranch style free standing fridge, pull out larder, an induction hob and seating for breakfast. An example of layout which does not sacrifice working space. Designed by Kate Diss of Sanctuary Kitchens Shepperton.
This project proves that clever design can provide a client with all they want in a relatively small space without sacrificing storage or cluttering the design.
A lone wall until with a wide lift up and over door. Silestone tops mitre and descend to the floor.
This is a relatively compact kitchen so the major cooking/cooling appliances are grouped into a tall area running close into a corner.
Island unit consisting of 2 base cabinets giving 4 shallow and 2 deep drawers. Today the emphasis of good kitchen design is maximising drawer space, minimising cabinets on a wall.
Detail of how the contrasting colour handleless wall cabinets have their doors extending below the cupboard. You open the door by pulling on the lower edge.
Glossy beige, dark wood and a hint of red lipstick!
Glass island canopy hood over an induction hob. Note the disc behind, it's actually a pull up power socket and USB hub.
Softly rounded top extension provides a small knee space breakfast area.