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A closer look at our Bowdon project

Let's take a closer look at one of our favourite projects from 2022!

It was imperative to take into account how vast this particular space was and to bring a reflection of the homeowner’s lifestyle. The sizeable island seating four, although the option to have a larger seating area was possible, with the careful choice and design, allows entertaining and hosting opportunities to be much more intimate.

Adding a butcher’s block parallel to the hob is ideal for ease when the homeowners are cooking. When not used, it plays as a decorative and rustic addition to the island, holding items such as chopping boards and cookbooks. Within the island, a wine cooler is ideal for this large family that loves to host.

Note the decorative feature of a mantelpiece shelf, pull-out storage on each pillar for utensils, and several other carefully curated details for our homeowners. In addition, the hidden extractor adds to the seamless yet premium aesthetic.

Both floor-to-ceiling and smaller cabinetry balance the spaceseamlessly. The detail across the cabinetry matches the alcove details in the room, opting for the most premium look. Armac Martin ‘Sparkbrook’ handles in burnished brass make for the final touch.

Thomas James Bespoke’s choice of paint in Sea Foam can be found around the room’s perimeter, and Farrow and Ball’s Moles Breath for the island and tall run. The design team chose this particular combination to ensure a calming colour palette.

Appliances vary throughout the space, including a Siemens oven, steam oven, and combi microwave, matched with a Miele hob. The extractor is hidden for ease. Tied with this, a Shaws of Darwen sink and our personal favourite, Quooker Fusion tap in a Patinated brass finish.

If you'd like to discuss your kitchen renovation project, get in touch with our in house design team at


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