A circular mulberry wood work surface sits atop the trunk of a mulberry tree. Stunning custom-made stained-glass splashbacks represent a hawthorn tree in winter and summer, while stylish Marlborough Tumbled limestone floor tiles are a neutral base.
Kitchen design and cabinetry
1/7 Unique design
Steve Robinson Glass
2/7 Practical layout
Burr oak veneer and oak cabinetry is painted in a muted grey shade. Blue Pearl granite surfaces are the perfect foil for the painted and wooden cabinetry. A dresser-style unit conceals ingredients, spices and cooking utensils.
Charleston Gray from Farrow & Ball
3/7 Open storage
Island shelving houses wicker baskets filled with fresh vegetables and fruit, while a wine rack in the centre makes good use of the space.
The Holding Company
A wall of cupboards features a built-in single oven and combination microwave with two warming drawers below.
Single oven, microwave and warming drawers
5/7 Sink area
An undermounted sink has a removable drainer bowl to make preparing vegetables a breeze. An accompanying tap supplies filtered water. Accessories, such as this integral drainer, turn the sink into a multifunctional food prep area.
Sink and tap
6/7 Food prep area
A sleek induction hob allows the bespoke glass splashback to take centre stage.
7/7 Sink area
An instant-boiling-water tap has a chrome finish to match the other kitchen appliances.
Get the Ideal Home Newsletter
Sign up to our newsletter for style and decor inspiration, house makeovers, project advice and more.
Thea Babington-Stitt is the Assistant Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for nearly 10 years.
She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.
Nigella Lawson's cosy winter garden nails this genius Scandi trend – and experts say it's easy to recreate at home
Anyone else obsessed with Nigella Lawson's cosy winter garden scene?
By Kayleigh Dray
What to sow in December – the plants to start growing now in your garden and greenhouse
What to sow in your garden in December to get a head start on the growing season
By Sara Hesikova
Mrs Hinch's Christmas tree is even better than we anticipated – experts love the 'unexpected' tree topper
It blends glamour and opulence in all the right ways
By Jullia Joson