This kitchen is shaped to precise needs – every handle, surface and niche was a joint decision between Mastercraft Kitchens and the owners.
No two chefs are exactly the same, so why should any two kitchens be?
A hallmark of Mastercraft Kitchens is taking the client’s needs to heart, down to the smallest detail, but tempered by the company’s own know-how from creating thousands of kitchens.
On this project, designer Nikki Watson had to work within the constraints of a layout that dictated much of what was achievable.
“Two-piece cabinetry doors were specified as they create a strong, traditional shadowline which suited the style of the residence. Other traditional detailing including corbels, a grooved cornice, and a rangehood housing.” Every element in the kitchen, great or small, is tailored to the owners’ needs.
For example, one of the owners makes her own cheese so the scullery had to house equipment for this as well as a large sink for washing over-sized pots.
“As the owners love to cook, we combined a wood-burning Aga stove with a freestanding range and added a pot filler to the back wall for easy filling of large pots.”
Behind the scenes, functionality comes with Hettich Innotech soft close drawers and Kitchen King’s concealed rubbish bins in kitchen and scullery – the kitchen is very easy to maintain. “Other features that reflect the clients’ likes and loves include plate racks and open shelving, offering lots of places for display.”
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