One of our framed, shaker kitchens was featured in the July 2013 issue of Beautiful Kitchens.
The client’s brief was to create a bright, functional yet sociable kitchen for entertaining. The perfect way to do this was to include an island in the design with bar seating, however the space was an awkward shape so walls were knocked through to make a larger, more open space.
When the walls were knocked through there was a step in the wall creating a depth change. To disguise this we placed the American fridge/ freezer in the deeper section and added shallower larders to the right hand side forming a continuous run of units.
To keep the kitchen light and airy the client choose a to have the cabinetry hand painted in Dimity by Farrow & Ball, giving the traditional kitchen a modern feel.
By choosing a bespoke kitchen company such as Higham Furniture, our client was able to transform a dull, awkward area into a bright, seamless space that is now the hub of the house, perfect for entertaining.
If you are interested in reading the full article you will find it on our press page.