Stunning bespoke kitchen tucked away in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons.
This traditional cottage in the Brecon hills required a kitchen with all mod-cons. The challenge was to ensure the sleek, minimal aesthetic whilst equipping the client with everything necessary for day-to-day cooking
This kitchen was compact but perfectly formed. Comprising of feature island in Rovere Silver wood veneer and Calce Nero worktops. The subtle handle groove wraps around the entire island framing the inset worktop. The back wall included anthracite metallic units with black Domoos dekton worktop. The 12mm dekton was used to clad inside the opening, creating a precise border. Set within was a back-lit feature shelf which added open storage and a centrepiece to the design.
The kitchen included as much storage as possible with drawers and cupboards both sides of the island, as well as larder style storage in the tall units.
The mixture of textures in this kitchen compliment the overall cottage scheme, with the old stone walls and the general character, contrasting the contemporary kitchen furniture.
The idea that the overall kitchen was dark, highlighted the breath-taking views outside. Looking towards Pen-Y -Fan, the aspect window flooded light into the space and provided endless delight with it’s ever changing scenery.