Friday, 18 September 2015

Traditional Grey & White Shaker Kitchen

We're delighted with the photos from last week's shoot!

Set in the heart of Windsor, this beautiful property has been completely renovated.   The rear extension has created a stunning open kitchen space that is the focal point of the family home.



The shaker cabinetry is solid tulip wood and has traditional butt hinges and cock beading detail around the door and drawer frames. The exterior cabinetry is painted in the The Little Greene’s ‘Lead’ whilst the interior of the units are in oak.



The outer worktop is Samsung Everest White quartz and the island worktop has Pure White granite which really compliment each other and tie in beautifully with the grey cabinetry.


The worktop mounted dresser is not only a stunning feature in the room, it keeps the space streamlined and clutter free.




Solid oak cutlery dividers are included in all the shallow drawers.




The kitchen has a state of the art illuminated and colour changing splash back behind the induction hob.  Not only does this create a real wow factor in the room, it also adds a really fun element to the space.  


Solid oak racks are a great way of storing food products.  They look really smart and are really practical too.



Pendant lights are really popular at the moment creating a real focal point in the kitchen.


All the appliances are Siemens and the sink and taps are by Franke.

A huge thank you to Martin Edwards Photography for our fab photos!

4 comments:

  1. Hi,
    beautiful kitchen and informative article. Could you confirm the colour of the carpentry ... is it Little Greene 'Lead Colour' 117? It looks much darker on their website! Thanks x

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  2. Thanks. Glad you like it. Yes, it's Little Greene Lead. It does look dark on the sample but actually when it's painted on a larger area it seems to come out lighter. The images may distort and lighten the colour slightly but it's not that different to what you see in the photos.

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  3. Hi, could you tell me where you purchased your pendant lights from?

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    1. Hi there, they are from a company called fritzfryer.co.uk. They are based on their Ledbury Ribbed Glass Pendant, however our client had them made in a larger size than their standard product options. Depending on the size of the kitchen, I'm sure they'd do another bespoke run.

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