Family Lifestyle Kitchen
The owners of this bright, view-rich hillside home wanted a bespoke kitchen that would fulfil their culinary aspirations while creating a social hub for the family. Fun and fashionable, separate yet connected, it offers everything a budding chef could wish for.
This kitchen was featured in The Kitchen Think, a leading industry magazine. Click below to read the full article and discover more about the materials used and thought process behind the design.
The cornerstone of the design is a diagonal breakfast bar that bridges the space between kitchen and casual dining room. Ideal for serving food for parties, or helping kids with homework, its ergonomic design also houses a dishwasher and additional storage. Elsewhere, two large Bosch fridges, ovens and other essentials create a cook’s paradise.
The home enjoys stunning views over the city of Bath. So we took every opportunity to exploit these in the areas where the rinsing, slicing and dicing take place.
The pearl quartz worktop is a mere 20mm thick enhancing the sleek, spacious feel. The maple cabinetry is painted in three subtly different ‘Rolling Fog’ shades by Little Greene paint company, adding a little extra depth. This visual intrigue is complemented by plenty of mid-tone wood, and invigorated by lime green accents.