Before the owners got their hands on this home, the kitchen was small and not conducive to family life or entertaining. After knocking through to a Victorian lean-to, this delicious and spacious dark-wood kitchen offers a practical layout, with space to cook, entertain and relax.
Kitchen sink area
Every inch of space is utilised in this kitchen, with a coffee machine built into the cabinetry, creating more useable worktop space.
Style and practicality are key in this kitchen, where the larder combines handy shelves and pull-out drawers for effective and easy-to-access storage.
Clever corner cupboards
This kitchen cleverly uses all available space by adding corner cupboards that fold right back into hard-to-reach areas. Surfaces are kept clean and free from clutter, leaving appliances like this toaster to make a punchy statement on the speckled granite worksurface.
Hob and work surfaces
The discreet cooker hood is housed in a traditional canopy that suits the style and grandeur of this room. A simple induction hob nestles in the sleek grey worktop, while a simple microwave is built into the wall units, further maximising worktop space.