Oak and Blue Kitchen
This Kitchen was designed to fully utilize all of the space available in the room. Each of the cabinets was a custom size to ensure no filler pieces were required at either end of the kitchen.
Two angled units are used to frame the Range cooker with the chimney breast. This maximised storage whilst not creating an obstruction when entering the room.
For the base units, solid oak doors and drawer fronts were used while the painted wall unit doors are made from tulipwood. We designed the doors in collaboration with the clients, and after a few mock ups, we agreed on a large chamfer for each vertical stile, which gave the kitchen a subtle modern twist that they really liked. The grain runs horizontally along all of the oak doors.
All the cabinets are made from varnished birch plywood, used for it strength and stability in areas near moisture. Each of the plywood edges are covered to give the illusion of solid wood.
All doors and drawers used soft close high quality hardware.
Carcasses - Birchplywood
Doors - Painted Tulipwood and Solid Oak