Recently we launched our end to end kitchen service and so we wanted to share some of the photographs from one of our more recent installations. The trick with this kitchen wasn’t the fact that we understand kitchen design inside out, or the fact that we are truly passionate about ensuring the perfect fit through meticulous craftsmanship. The secret of this kitchen had to do with Interior Architecture. Because we were appointed at the front end of the project we could get the internal architecture right first, and this is a whole lot more important than one would possibly think, but unless the layout is right your results will always be compromised. A great dictum to apply to life in general wouldn’t you say? With a bit of internal re-modelling we were then able to create a truly connected, gracious space that delivers a perfectly functional kitchen with easy access to the dining room. Don’t take our word for it though, this is what our client had to say about the end product.
“We are so pleased with the fabulous Kitchen and Dining Room that Lindi and her team designed and built for us. She worked incredibly hard to consider our design style, lifestyle, and space. Lindi worked in tandem and seamlessly with our overall house build project manager aiming at all times that any issues, snags and problems were dealt with as they arose – and with no need for us to be involved. We have a truly unique, liveable, stunning kitchen that we love and is the envy of our friends, family and neighbours!” Sue Hall, Finance Director of Historic Royal Palaces
The cabinetry and walls were hand painted in Farrow and Ball, Dove Tale. This is a fabulous warm grey with lilac undertones, so it has depth of character and sensitivity to it. It’s a perfect backdrop to so many interior eventualities.
The rug in this room was sourced from The London Rug Company. It is by Ellie Saab and is called ‘In Bloom’. It was the perfect find for the dining room, adding a touch of sophistication through creating an effortless symphony with the walls finished in Farrow and Ball’s Dove Tale.