Traditional bespoke solid wood hand-painted Regency kitchen in an Edwardian house, handcrafted in American Black Walnut, Hard Maple and White Ash. Custom designed for a large wish-list of appliances to be tied together in a large room using every wall, with a Falcon range cooker as the focal point.
Tubbercurry, County Sligo, Ireland
The kitchen has a beaded in-frame construction, flush fitted doors on brass butt hinges with inlaid secret magnet catches. The dovetailed drawers are handmade from solid Ash on secret soft-close runners with porcelain detail knob and drop handles. The drawers are fitted with a threaded peg-board organiser system turned out of Hard Maple, and a custom handmade cutlery tray insert.
The bespoke canopy has an over-mantel detail with built-in condiment storage, Neff twin motor extractor and a ceramic tile splashback. The wall presses have a moulded cornice and part-glazed doors with a timber bead, LED lighting, a secret key compartment and noticeboard.
The work surfaces are Shivakashi Red granite with a moulded edge and a 4 inch splashback upstand. The central island is handcrafted from American Black Walnut with a granite work top and a white porcelain under-mounted prep sink and Walnut chopping board style cover. Adjoining the island is a bespoke freestanding solid Walnut table that can seat 2-4 persons. The main sink area is stepped out in Walnut with rounded corner pillars, Perrin & Rowe tap and white porcelain Belfast sinks.
Additional features include a large double larder press in solid Ash with itemised drawers and condiment racks, a Walnut bench window seat and Walnut tray storage.