A fabulous kitchen/diner in a converted barn in Dinton, Bucks with storage for books. The central island has been created with built in Oak shelving for a mini library. We also designed and created a huge bank of bookcases with cupboards underneath so that our customers books have their place and everything else is tidied up.
What was a small gloomy kitchen it has been transformed into a bright spacious living area. Removing a wall but keeping the striking beam, has helped the room retain character. The finished kitchen and interior is a clever fusion of modern and traditional.
A very tired range was replaced by a beautiful Everhot cooker. The dark grey colour of the Everhot formed the basis of one of the colours for the kitchen, which was then complimented by a second lighter grey.
A stunning single stave Oak worktop sits atop the island and doubles up as a breakfast bar. The kitchen worktop continues seamlessly into the window reveal creating a lovely wide window cill.
The customer requested a large fridge, which we framed and built it in to the room so that it didn’t look out of place. The kicthen features a Butler sink in keeping with the style of the property.
We not only maximised space under the open stairs for storage, but we worked with old interior walls that are neither flat or straight, which meant everything was built to fit perfectly.