The former grade II listed former rectory that the client acquired was in need of extensive resurrection. Treyone were commissioned to create a kitchen and utility space with a strong, industrial feel, but with some features that were sympathetic to the building’s heritage.
Hand forged copper handles tie in seamlessly with the (centrally featured) distressed copper island. With the Fisher & Paykel American fridge freezer tucked away in the utility, the main kitchen remains a space that is un-interrupted by bulky appliances – yet it still accommodates an under counter drawer fridge in the island for convenience.
The Silestone ‘Lagoon’ quartz worktops carry similar aesthetics to that of Carrara marble (that was used extensively in cold stores and kitchens during the 1800’s), without inheriting the staining and hygiene issues that one would associate with this type of material. – Stewart MacPherson, Senior Designer
Paint: Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue No. 289 and Farrow & Ball Railings (Island and Larder unit in the Utility)
Worktop: Silestone, Lagoon
Appliances: Neff, Liebherr, Fisher & Paykel
Tap: Quooker Pro 3
Sink: Shaws Shaker Belfast Sink