From the Hoyden collection
Contemporary meets traditional
A typical galley kitchen; long and narrow, it was important to ensure the layout was well planned, and tailored to the needs of the homeowners' cooking routine, as there was not the room for a central island. With so much space for base cabinets, there was not the need for wall cupboards, keeping the style of the space streamlined and minimalistic.
A good working triangle was created at the centre of the kitchen, with the integrated ovens, the induction cooktop and the sink within easy reach of each other. A good working triangle is essential when designing a kitchen; running from one end of the kitchen to the other when moving between the essential appliances is not ideal!!
Creating lots of useful storage was essential when designing this kitchen, and the Chelmsford design team used a combination of cupboards and drawers to ensure there was a place for everything. Deep drawers beneath the induction cooktop are perfect for storing large pots and pans, and a tall double door larder provides ample space for dry goods and vegetables.
Rather than sectioning off the space with stud walls, the homeowners chose to keep the entrance to their home and their kitchen open-plan. Opting for a slightly different paint hue for the bootroom area creates a room divide, and we designed, handmade and installed bespoke glass divider panels too.
Cabinetry paint colour
Borough Market by Mylands
Silestone Iconic White
Perrin & Rowe burnished brass mixer tap
Fisher & Paykel refrigerator and wine cooler
Fisher & Paykel induction cooktop & ovens
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