“This kitchen was designed to fit in a new build home that was lacking a practical approach to family space. Our clients wanted a kitchen with interesting curves and texture and one that they could ‘live in’. We reconfigured the layout – tucked away the sink, concealed all the appliances, and added a casual banquette dining area. The grand arched oak unit was designed to feel like a freestanding piece of furniture, whilst cleverly disguising the fridge and freezer. Together with the captivating island, it adds character and warmth to the space.”
How did I not know that I needed a minty green kitchen with curves and oodles of storage? Definitely a case of kitchen love. Pangbourne Ave by Kate Feather.