A super little kitchen nestled in the Devon countryside has modern clean lines and solid Oak tops, which sit comfortably in a rustic property with exposed brickwork and beams.
This kitchen has been hand painted in two different shades of grey with touches of chrome in the knobs and hinges matching well with the stainless steel and black appliances.
The kitchen consists of two main runs and a small breakfast bar peninsular. The sink run contains a huge double bowl white ceramic Belfast sink, a staple of the classic country kitchen, which sits comfortably with a more modern extending hose tap. A deeply recessed drainer has been crafted into the solid Oak worktop allowing water from the washing up to simply slip back into the Belfast sink. An Oak windowsill has also been crafted to match. All Oak tops were treated with coats of Treatex to help preserve the beauty of the wood.
The sink run also houses the dishwasher, together with pullout integrated waste and re-cycling bins. A merchant’s chest style multi drawer unit consists of drawers small enough for cutlery and utensils at the top, and big enough for pots, pans and baking trays at the bottom. At the end of the sink run is a small peninsular breakfast bar for two, consisting of what looks like a single cupboard from the front, but is a double cupboard from the back, which is accessible from both sides, enabling full access right into the corner. An ideal cupboard to house the cereal and other breakfast related paraphernalia.
On the opposite side of the kitchen is another useful merchant’s chest style multi drawer unit, this time with a hob and chimney cooker hood extractor above. On one end of this run is a full height pantry with spice racks the length of the door, and on the other end is a full height cupboard providing housing for two ovens at a workable height.