Traditional Shaker Kitchen
Our client found us online and arranged to visit the studio and after a successful visit they invited us to visit the property to discuss in more detail. The house is a very traditional listed manor house with beautiful original features that were sadly missing in the existing kitchen. The intention was to incorporate these back into the design.
The building work consisted of installing a new, slightly lowered ceiling and installing age appropriate ceiling coving. The existing floor material was removed and replaced with new, extra-large format limestone slabs. With a new power and lighting scheme the room was ready to take to the new handmade, shaker-style kitchen.
As part of the project the existing utility room was turned into a Butler’s Pantry with the utility items moved into another part of the house.
With the addition of appliances from Sub-zero, Aga and Miele, and bespoke window seats, this kitchen is now a place that can be enjoyed more and more upon each use
Project Cost: £75,001 – £100,000