Extended and renovated over the years, we created this striking kitchen from the old stable block. High ceilings were ideal for large chrome extractor fans and visible metal ducting, together with huge vintage factory lights sourced from Trainspotters.
Working closely with Nathan Kingsbury on this project, I brought together high gloss dark grey and matt veneer units topped with sharp white quartz. Cherner walnut counter stools soften the lines, and a scarlet 1970s Aga introduces a splash of colour. For more formal dining, a B&B Italia dining table completes the scheme.
For the large, unusually shaped principal bedroom, I commissioned bespoke pieces of furniture to complement an elegant, mirrored dressing table.
This modern extension benefits from a high vaulted ceiling; however wardrobe solutions needed to be clever and not dominate the space. Simple but elegant bedside drawers and a bespoke gentleman’s wardrobe are designed to provide ample clothes storage without dominating the space.