Shelton Cottage


To break away from the traditional galley kitchen layout with a design that creates a sense of space and variety, and brings essential light into a dark and narrow room


To open up this space, our design included just one run of units along the side of the room with a traditional free-standing server on the adjacent side. This along with the faux chimney breast in the cooking area as well as the differing heights of the kitchen units work to subtly break away from the symmetry of a typical galley kitchen design, something we enhance further through the different worktops we used, having a jet-black granite in the cooking area and a warm cherry worktop on the sink unit. This along with the personally designed cherry knobs and the traditional detailing of the units, together creates a design which functions well in this narrow space whilst giving the illusion of a spacious, free-standing traditional country kitchen


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