The fresh shade on the units in this traditional kitchen creates a calm, pleasant environment. Glazed doors break up a run of wall units, while the island unit, with its chic bar stools, turns a practical zone for cooking into an informal social space.
Rather than interrupt the lovely view of the garden with units, the owner opted for the one-and-a-half-bowl kitchen sink to be situated in the middle of a run of units with a microwave sited above out of children’s reach. Fitted cupboards above the sink provide plenty of space for storing kitchen paraphernalia.
Bowl and sink
Boiling water tap and sink disposal unit
No space, however small, is wasted in this kitchen – even the chopping boards have a dedicated home. They slot easily into place between a cupboard and drawer unit within easy reach of the worktop.
Similar chopping boards
The kitchen dining area is positioned to make the most of the garden view through impressive floor-to-ceiling bi-fold doors. A nature-inspired wallpaper continues the green theme, while a darkwood dining table introduces a contrasting touch.