Combining the traditional Shaker style with materials including Valchromat and limed oak, this kitchen was designed to break up the space and allow plenty of light to flood in from the south facing garden.
This beautiful bright kitchen was designed around the client’s dream Aga, which sits within the fireplace making it the focal point of the room.
The design makes full use of the natural symmetry of the space. On both sides of the Aga the cabinets are set back into the alcoves. Situated directly opposite is the Belfast sink with a full height larder unit at one end and an integrated fridge/ freezer at the other.
We first worked with this client ten years ago, designing and making a galley kitchen. Following renovation work to create a larger, more sociable space, we were able to use some of the cabinets from the old kitchen to create a new kitchen that makes use of all the features of the room.
Formerly a cow shed that was part of the outbuildings belonging to nearby Tintern Abbey, the building has been converted into a beautiful family home at the heart of which is the kitchen, designed and made by the Bristol Kitchen Company.