This kitchen is sensitively connected to the dining area and garden room
This tired but beautiful Art Deco home in Winchester was being refurbished to enhance the space for 21st century family living. The owners desired a contemporary but timeless look with plenty of storage, and needed to arrange their kitchen space in a much more efficient manner to include space for casual eating.
The room is wonderfully large and square, but faced the challenge of having 4 separate doorways. A large run of SieMatic S3 units along the west wall accentuates the stunning views over the local golf course whilst the island is cleverly arranged for prepping and cooking using the prep sink, vegetable rack and combination hob tops. A steel beam running above the island is made to be useful with stylish pendant lighting, and the downdraught extractor is neatly hidden within the work top to maximise the vista.
The dining area remains connected, yet with its own privacy, and the cook need never feel isolated from the other activities going on around. Well worth the wait, this lovely new kitchen encapsulates practicality and efficiency, and all just in time for a very happy family Christmas!