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The Petworth

‘Chatsworth’ door

Grand granite, statement splashback

A grand granite splashback is not the only statement piece in this beautiful, West Sussex, Hamilton Stone Design kitchen. Something catches your eye from all corners of the room.

Inspired by Farrow and Ball’s ‘Pavilion Gray’ and ‘Hague Blue’ this lovely cool toned kitchen is warmed with the marbling ‘Colonial Cream’ granite which sweeps over the shaker-style units and flows up the wall. Below this statement splashback sits an Elica Switch induction hob which centrally extracts and filters. This is perfect for finishing off this gorgeous and practical cooking space.

There is space for both formal and informal dining around a bespoke table and breakfast bar, this kitchen is ideal for hosting and home life. The natural, rustic edges of the breakfast bar are complimented by the industrial bar stools.

This kitchen boasts a stylish corner larder making practical use of, what can be, an impractical space. Beside this stands two appliance stacks comprising of two Neff Slide and Hide ovens, Neff compact steam and Neff combination oven.

It’s important to us to create a sensational room to wow your friends and family but, most importantly, you! In this kitchen we have worked with our client to also create a drinks/dresser area with a large wine rack and glass cabinets, perfect for hosting and showing all your loved ones this amazing new kitchen!

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“After a recommendation, we talked to Hamilton Stone who stood out immediately.  Everyone in the team was helpful and friendly.  Nothing was too much trouble. Claire’s expertise together with the visuals produced by her team helped us build on our initial design to create a kitchen we love. Claire went that extra mile to help us choose what we wanted.  She listened, gave ideas and when we had formulated our thoughts and provided solutions.”