About the project

Nestled in the pretty little village of Leckhampsted, Buckinghamshire, set in a large barn conversion this stunning contemporary open plan kitchen with its gorgeous old wooden dining table totally demonstrates the clever use of horizontal lines and the beauty of handle-less cabinetry.

The cooker run featured a big Mercury range cooker and closed base cupboards, moving to a bank of tall cupboards with an American Fisher & Paykel fridge freezer sitting in the middle. The lovely large island was the perfect spot to relax and chat away and consisted of a mixture of pan drawers providing plenty of storage with a wine fridge in the middle .  The choice of sleek white quartz worktops, was just perfect and added a cool feel to the kitchen.  The sink run of base cupboards made for a light and airy feel and not overpowered by wall units,  with the inset sink sitting central under the window which looked out onto well-tended gardens.  Just off the kitchen at the far end was the utility room and was thought about quite a lot during the design stage as our clients wanted to ensure it was an extension to the kitchen and not just a hidden room.  Our clients were delighted with the end result , it provided them with a practical kitchen with an air of calm and tranquillity to it.  Just perfect!


Project Factfile

Budget: ££

  • Kitchen Design
  • German Cabinetry
  • Installation
  • Project managed alongside our recommended trades

Project duration: 3 Weeks - worked with our recommended trades

  • Handleless Kitchen Cabinetry with the Satin AV6000 Door in Light Grey
  • White Quartz worktop
  • Farrow & Ball 'Vardo' glass splashback in a matt finish
  • Bespoke features included the statement glass splash-back and a slide and hide door to house the MW

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