This fantastic kitchen is one of the largest (by amount of furniture) that we have supplied. This kitchen really is one of the best that we have to offer.
This beautiful creation was built into a former conservatory, which has been transformed into an enlarged kitchen/orangery in a Georgian rectory in the village of Winterbourne Stoke. The kitchen features furniture handmade by the prestigious Hovingham Interiors and is truly bespoke in every way.
Built from solid wood, the in-frame units were handpainted in eggshell paint and finished with pewter handles. All visible ends were finished with classic tongue-and-groove panels and the units contrast beautifully with the New Venetian Gold granite worktops.
The kitchen features a large central island with storage on one side and a breakfast bar on the other. The island features power points on either end and sits beautifully beneath the huge roof lantern, providing huge amounts of light to the kitchen.
To the left of the kitchen is a large bespoke dresser unit with granite top. This provides some symmetry in the kitchen and some useful extra storage space for non-kitchen related items. At Lacewood Designs we pride ourselves on being able to provide furniture that is suitable for rooms outside the kitchen. We feel this dresser unit beautifully links this kitchen with the open-plan dining/living area at the other end of the room, which is also extremely light and airy.
While we provided all the furniture for this kitchen, we supplied surprisingly few appliances for such a large kitchen – an integrated dishwasher, integrated undercounter fridge and a concealed extractor above the Aga.
We are very proud of this beautiful kitchen, but what pleases us most is the fantastic response we received from our clients:
“We carried out an extensive renovation project on our 18th century Georgian house, which included building an orangery with a large kitchen at one end. We were keen to use local craftsmen and Lacewood were highly recommended to us.
Graham Hooper has an excellent eye for detail and was able to interpret our thoughts and translate them into 3D images showing exactly what the kitchen would look like, even down to the colour of the Aga and granite worktops! He incorporated details such as hidden sockets in a drawer for charging phones and laptops out of the way; a beautiful larder with wooden drawers, carved with ‘BREAD’ and ‘PASTA’; turned columns at the four corners of the island and either side of the Aga; and a mantelpiece over the Aga was made, copied from a picture in a magazine.
Lacewood supplied the top of the range integrated dishwasher and refrigerator. Their fitter was excellent and took enormous pride in his work; and the wooden units, once installed, were painted in Farrow & Ball colours to match the rest of the kitchen.
For such a personalised service, the finished result was as good as – if not better than – the big name companies, such as Mark Wilkinson or Smallbone, but less expensive!
We are delighted with our kitchen, which is now the focal point of our house!”