The owners reconfigured an awkward ground-floor layout so that they could gain a spacious kitchen-diner. With its new glazing, the open-plan space is now filled with natural light.
The same soft colours are used throughout the open-plan living area to create a sense of calm.
The central island gives extra worksurface and storage space as well as helping to break up the floor space a little.
Walls painted in Salisbury Stones 6
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The light grey, high-gloss kitchen units give the room its laid-back, yet elegant appeal.
The hob and cooker sit snugly inside the old chimney breast, flanked by units on both sides.
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The old kitchen was small and dark and the layout of the ground floor was awkward, so the homeowner knocked down internal walls to transform it into one light-filled open-plan space.
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