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Bespoke Kitchen in Lymington with Copper tones

A bespoke kitchen design was needed for our client in Lymington as she was struggling to find a supplier that could offer the unique kitchen style she required. Lorna showed the clients many finishes but the clients were drawn to ceramic rust effect due to its great urban but soft effect. The ceramic rust was broken up with the use of a lighter cashmere finish – this helped in enhance the rust tones and offered great contrast. After personally visiting out stone supplier the Lymington clients selected a worktop with a great finish that worked brilliantly with the copper tones.

Two rooms were knocked through to create one great social family space. Brick slips were used on both ends of the room which helped pull the multi-use space together as one but still giving definition to each area. Herbert William undertook the full building works and oversaw the full project from rip out to completion.

It was important the kitchen had a flow throughout and offered great storage. We selected handless furniture to keep the lines simple, the large island mixed storage solutions with a fantastic, social prep area and we bespokely designed a 1200mm width double door pantry next to the Bosch Ovens. All other appliances were also Bosch including Microwave, Warming Drawer, Single Oven, larder Fridge, Larder Freezer and Dishwasher. Ceiling extractor from Air Uno was used above the Bosch induction hob to prevent an ugly site line through the kitchen.

Overall the kitchen became a fantastic warm and inviting space. Like a Swedish lodge in the heart of Hampshire.

—  Houzz
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