This elegant white oak kitchen with book-matched pippy oak and stainless steel panels punches well above its weight in terms of kit and capacity. For a relatively small kitchen there are a number of very pleasing bespoke features comfortably fitted, not least of these being the small but perfectly formed island unit, which the customer was delighted to have fitted in – the thinner end of it housing the kitchen bin, which can be accessed from both sides of the island, and the bulbous end housing a prodigious amount of space for herbs, spices and oils etc… perfectly positioned adjacent to the cooking space.
The sweeping internal curved unit, which over time has become a bit of an Copperleaf Design staple, houses plenty of pan storage space below the triple fan effect produced by the trio of gas and induction Neff domino hobs.
Some key features of the scheme are:
– Sweeping internal curve.
– Air Uno hood Nabucco.
– Silestone Lyra work top on the perimeter and Silestone Zirconium work top on the island.
– Drinks cabinet.
– Stainless steel plinths.