The Oak Field
Here we have another beautiful example of our simply timeless best-seller, ‘Chatsworth’. The traditional in-frame door range once again demonstrates the potential that is possible with this truly brilliant cabinetry.
With a lack of natural lighting in this room, the skylights were essential, but it was also important to ensure this was taken into consideration when deciding on colour. The use of ‘Manor House Grey’ by Farrow & Ball on the outer runs, we believe was the perfect choice, as it brings a fresh and bright feel to the room, whilst reinforcing the traditional style of this kitchen.
The use of ‘Bond Street,’ from Mylands across the island & pantry doors provides a well needed contrast to break up the space and also contribute to the undeniable character this kitchen most certainly has.
The level of finesse within this kitchen is extensive. It includes a Villeroy & Boch island based prep sink, accompanied by the matte black Quooker Tap. Painted open crockery units frame the sink area, as well as top of the range appliances such as the two Liebherr wine fridges, the Fisher & Paykel Multi-Temperature Refrigerator Drawer and many more distinctive pieces. These features really ensured the priorities of convenience and quality were met on this project.
All-in-all, we are thrilled with the truly impressive aesthetic of this project, and would consider this a prime example of what can be achieved here at Hamilton Stone Design.