A combination of bespoke American black walnut cabinetry and eye-catching honed Marron Imperial marble worktops creates a breathtaking scheme in this well-equipped conservatory kitchen. The careful positioning of the island means that the garden can be seen while working in the kitchen.
Kim Vivian at Great British Kitchens & Interiors
Marks & Spencer
1/7 Similar paint
Marble from Fired Earth
2/7 Induction hob unit
An induction hob has been built into a separate, curve-fronted unit so that it is possible to cook away from guests if they are seated at the island. An IO black glass extractor hood is a stylish addition.
3 /7 Undermounted sink
4/7 Storage drawers
5/7 Dining area
6/7 Banked appliances
Built in to the floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, a bank of ovens, including a steam oven and a combination microwave, offers plenty of cooking options. The appliances are paired with a chic coffee machine and two smart warming drawers.
Built-in ovens, coffee machine and warming drawer
7/7 Glass-topped table
A glass-topped table, which seats four, fits into a semi-circular cut-out in the island. The comfortable eating area was created using a walnut cylindrical base with the top sitting on stainless-steel feet.
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