This exquisite graphite kitchen from the ‘Bespoke by Dorans range’ perfectly modernises this century old property. This property underwent a huge, ultra-modern renovation. It was so important that the style of kitchen complimented the traditional elements of this house, but also stood out as an individual furniture aspect. Our client wanted a seamless, fuss free finish with key features including scorched larch and waxed Douglas fir timber features. The tall cabinetry elongates the room whilst still sitting harmoniously with the traditional tapered door and window reveals. The gorgeous, waxed Douglas fir wraps seamlessly around the kitchen window, adding a unique element to this room, but also concealing some unwanted pluming work with its scorched larch facade.
The waxed Douglas Fir is also reflected on the breakfast bar section of the island adding an element of contrast to the graphite painted doors. The dark, textured finished worktop really does speak for itself, highlighted on the island to include a dropped edge, 2 waterfall gables as well as a preparation sink and bora hob cooking top. The pop of yellow in the feature lighting and seating really brings the whole project together!