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Burred Oak Kitchen

We designed this in house as a complete conversion of the old kitchen, utility and servants areas of a 1920’s architect designed home.

Walls were removed, structure was added and new electrical and plumbing plans were made. We had Minton replacement tiles custom made in the original factory to match. The new oak French doors to the garden are new ultra slim Atlantilite glazed for superb thermal efficiency and we encased the original leaded lites in the top sections inside double glazed units. The arched window was also made to fit in to an old doorway with sand cast traditional furniture.

The plastering throughout was done in the traditional wet method to retain the character of the house.

We used traditional methods including dovetail joints to custom make the beautiful furniture. We were still able to fit modern soft-close systems, pull out larder fittings and baskets of the highest quality.

If you look closely you can see that there are “wings” to each side of the French doors, they fold out and an oak insert can be placed to extend the worktop across the doors. The granite was intricately machined by our local supplier and chosen by our client. We love this decision because the contrasting hues work incredibly well with the varied coloration in the oak and the floor colour.

Lighting plans were specially designed by us to appropriately illuminate the room in the best possible manner and our own energy saving LED bulbs were also supplied.

Burred Oak Kitchen

We designed this in house as a complete conversion of the old kitchen, utility and servants areas of a 1920’s architect designed home.

Walls were removed, structure was added and new electrical and plumbing plans were made. We had Minton replacement tiles custom made in the original factory to match. The new oak French doors to the garden are new ultra slim Atlantilite glazed for superb thermal efficiency and we encased the original leaded lites in the top sections inside double glazed units. The arched window was also made to fit in to an old doorway with sand cast traditional furniture.

The plastering throughout was done in the traditional wet method to retain the character of the house.

We used traditional methods including dovetail joints to custom make the beautiful furniture. We were still able to fit modern soft-close systems, pull out larder fittings and baskets of the highest quality.

If you look closely you can see that there are “wings” to each side of the French doors, they fold out and an oak insert can be placed to extend the worktop across the doors. The granite was intricately machined by our local supplier and chosen by our client. We love this decision because the contrasting hues work incredibly well with the varied coloration in the oak and the floor colour.

Lighting plans were specially designed by us to appropriately illuminate the room in the best possible manner and our own energy saving LED bulbs were also supplied.