An utterly fabulous area melding an old orangery into the kitchen space. Designed by Kate Diss of Sanctuary Kitchens in Shepperton it is a
tour de force example of how to integrate the bulk of American cooling appliances into a modern kitchen.
An amalgamation of 2 rooms and an orangery to create a large and highly effective living space.
Tastefully appointed dining area with Pyram wall hung storage cabinets.
Chunky stools flank a simple extended snack top.
Living area adjoining the main kitchen space created from an old orangery.
A mix of kitchen styles. With a bar handle to tie in with American refrigeration and handleless on the island.
Subtle choice of colour to tie in the kitchen, living and dining spaces.
Detail of the island with power socket buried being the "floating top" island end panel.
Central washing zone balances dual American refrigeration units either side. Note the oven on the far side of the large central island.
The business end of the island is made entirely of drawer base cabinets for ultimate and accessible storage.
Handleless wall cabinets over the fridge have lift up and over doors.