Incorporating space from the original house, plus a new extension, has allowed a generous L-shape run of kitchen units and an island. The sink elevation overlooks the garden, as does the dining table, via folding glazed doors. The TV snug is tucked towards the back of the room, creating a quieter relaxation area away from the kitchen’s hub.
‘We used accessories, such as the industrial bar stools and vintage-style lighting, to keep things looking young and fresh – I didn’t want anything too stuffy’
A faux chimney breast creates a striking room feature and is the perfect home for Nicola’s beloved range.
An 80cm-wide gap between the cooker and island is ideal for ergonomically efficient cooking.