The Loft Kitchen

This sociable kitchen makes excellent use of its split level. By placing the range in the heart of the space, our client can cook and entertain their guests at the same time.

Every morning, the sun floods a particular pocket of this room. During her consultations with the family, our designer Charlie realised there was an opportunity to incorporate this into the kitchen design, so she lowered the worktops to create a casual breakfast bench. Now, the kids eat their cereal in the sunshine before getting ready for school.

Cabinetry – sustainably-sourced solid oak

Worktops – Concrete worktops supplied by Tinney & Co

Bottom run of cabinetry – Farrow and Ball’s Railings

Larder area – Farrow and Ball’s Blackened

Architects – Cryer & Coe

Charlie O’Beirne of

Charlie Draper

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