The kitchen was one that the client inherited when they bought the house several years ago and it wasn’t really what they wanted.
The sink was in a large peninsular set of units against one wall, and large boxing around the soil stack spoilt the look of this unit run. The client wanted a completely separate granite topped island, incorporating the dishwasher and sink.
To do this we had to dig into the floor to place the pipes and waste. They also wanted to lose the oversized soil stack boxing. To acheive this we had to keep the unit run completely symmetrical, using tall larder units each end and a central hob and hood layout. To hide the soil pipe we made a ‘shallow’ tall larder unit and fitted it in front of the soil stack, which, until you opened the door you would not know that the stack was there.
The cream gloss handle less doors were complimented with walnut effect worktop on the hob run and a black granite top on the island. The wall units have lift up folding doors next to the larders units and cool white LED strip lighting on the bottom of the wall units, and lights in the plinth.