A lovely period farmhouse set in the heart of rural Suffolk, the design was a unique contrast to its surroundings.
The warmth and depth of the Walnut provided a contrast to the sleek white cupboards.
Designed to fulfil numerous roles the large central Island sat comfortably within the room.
The Larder provided storage for everyday dry food with door racks for spices, small bottles and jars.
A cupboard fitted with pocket doors (a sliding door that disappears when fully open into a compartment in the adjacent wall) provided access to a concealed working area for small kitchen equipment with a television and shelving above.
The tall cupboards presented the opportunity to introduce elegant mirror inlays, reflecting movement and light.