Bronagh came to Michael, one of our designers with lots of inspiration of exactly what type of style she wanted. Although set on a painted finish, Bronagh was keen to incorporate some wood into the design 'I love neutrals and have soft grey tones throughout the house but I felt the kitchen would need an element of contrast. Michael suggested the walnut feature mantal above the range cooker, then continued it onto the island with the breakfast bar and tongue 'n' grooving along the back. He'd tied it in with the wine rack too and the internals are walnut, which gives a lovely contrast when you open the painted doors.'
With most of the furniture painted in Egyptian Cotton , the island is subtly contrasting in Dakar, a soft green-grey shade. 'It's very subtle but just enough contrast - I didn't feel the need to go for anything stronger on the island, especially with the walnut feature' The island with its contoured detailing is perfectly proportioned within the room. 'I didn't want an island just for the sake of it so I left this up to Michael to make sure the size and shape suited the space. I'm delighted with it - it's great as a breakfast bar and also gives me so much more additional storage.'
A classical, timeless kitchen this bespoke kitchen inframe spray painted in Egyptian Cotton and Daet (on the island) with solid walnut contrasting details and internal. Viscount granite 30mm work surfaces, upstands and splashbacks completed with Range master range cooker.