A cohesive look was called for in this large T-shaped kitchen, day-room and dining area where Herrington Gate designed the whole scheme including ceiling and lighting features.
Simple handle-less painted perimeter furniture, in the kitchen, combines with stainless steel, Iron Ore Silestone and walnut, which is echoed in the sliding double doors to the hallway giving the ground floor an open plan feel.
The kitchen area is dominated by a large feature island with curved breakfast bar top made from solid walnut and finished with burnishing lacquers for a high gloss sheen. The pendant lights have been organised to fall from the ceiling following the shape of the breakfast bar and reflect in the grey tinted mirrors above the Aga area.
A bow-fronted double door full height larder is flanked by Sub Zero appliances.
Horizontal stripes of mirror finish stainless steel add detail to the island area and are continued in the furniture plinths.
Small chopping blocks nestle between the doors in the bowed larder and the 'burnished' lacquered finish of the walnut can be fully appreciated in this close up shot.
The island breakfast bar was expressly positioned so the client could enjoy the view through the corner window to the magnificent landscaped garden.
The handmade sofas feature a contemporary statement floating plinth, with the burnished finish to the walnut carried through from the kitchen furniture.
Walnut and Mocha cowhide sofas and ottoman in the seating area were designed by Herrington Gate to complement the handmade bar stools in the kitchen.