This kitchen was installed in a large newly built rear extension. The kitchen section is substantial in itself but only takes up a quarter of the new room. It faces a row of patio doors giving stunning views of a country park across the valley. There is a wealth of appliances in this kitchen with just about every conceivable cooking function catered for; there are no less than five specialised hobs in the L shaped island.
The extension is so large that the main RSJ had to be supported at its mid point by a steel pillar. The L shaped island wraps around the pillar.
The rear wall in the kitchen section of the room is entirely given over to tall cabinets with a symmetrical array of specialist ovens and warming drawers on each side of the fridge freezer. To the left there is a walk-in corner larder – highly recommended if your space can accommodate one – for cavernous, easily accessible and instantly hideable storage.
The island accommodates five specialist hobs including a teppan yaki, wok induction burner, lava grill, gas burner and induction hob. The hobs in this picture are served by a pop up downdraft extractor with the ducting leading to the outside under the floor.
This really is a multi-function cabinet which shows the full potential of a bespoke kitchen. We need four pictures to show what is going on here. The cup store beneath the coffee maker opens to give a glass topped surface for preparation. And behind this…
there is a side pull-out concealed behind a handleless door for toaster and kettle. They can be pushed out of sight in an instant.