Take a tour around this bespoke kitchen

Looking for kitchen design ideas? Take a tour around this kitchen which features walnut veneer furniture with hand-painted tulipwood cabinetry. For more kitchen tours and kitchen design ideas, visit Housetohome/beautifulkitchens

A narrow staircase, made by Clayton Cabinets (opens in new tab), leads up to a mezzanine level. An oak and glass balcony overlooks the L-shaped kitchen with its mix of walnut-veneer and handpainted tulipwood cabinetry in Gooseberry Fool by Dulux (opens in new tab). The Actona Blaise bar stools are from John Peters (opens in new tab).

1/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

kitchen with wooden stairs and dining

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Still)

2/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

kitchen with dining corner and bar stool

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Still)

A corner in the kitchen has been turned into a handy breakfast bar seating area. The Actona Blaise bar stools (opens in new tab) are from John Peters (opens in new tab).

3/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

kitchen with wooden counter and cabinet

(Image credit: Future PLC/David Still)

The splashback behind the range cooker is made from Triton Metallica glass tiles and complements the clear-glass square doorknobs from Oliver Bonas (opens in new tab) that were chosen for the drawers and cabinet doors.

4/9 Walnut kitchen cabinetry

kitchen with black counter and wooden drawers

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The slate worktop combines with walnut veneer cabinetry by Clayton Cabinets (opens in new tab) and solid oak flooring to create a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Adding a separate De Dietrich (opens in new tab) hob and Miele (opens in new tab) oven allows the owners to turn their Redfyre (opens in new tab) range cooker off in the summer. The clock is by Newgate (opens in new tab). For similar blind fabric, try Wallflower in Pale Catkin by John Lewis (opens in new tab).

5/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

kitchen with electric stove and kettle

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The De Dietrich (opens in new tab) induction hob has a boost function that boils the Alessi (opens in new tab) hob-top kettle at lightning speed.

6/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

kitchen with black counter and sink

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The sleek, simple lines of the stainless-steel sink from Carron Phoenix (opens in new tab) complement the stainless-steel, three-hole MGS (opens in new tab) mixer tap with pull-out spray.

7/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

kitchen with wooden floor and cabinet

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This bread drawer is within a slimline 30cm-wide cabinet by Clayton Cabinets (opens in new tab), which is big enough to store a full loaf, plus bagels and baps. Replacing the standard bread bin, it frees up worktop space.

8/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

cabinet with pull-out baskets and shelves for storing food

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The compact larder by Clayton Cabinets (opens in new tab) at the end of the kitchen is mid-height to provide an extra area of worktop and has pull-out baskets and shelves for storing food.

9/9 Take a tour around this bespoke painted and wooden kitchen

dining room with comfortable sofa and chairs

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Steps up from the kitchen lead to an open-plan dining room with a comfortable sofa at the far
end where guests can relax after dinner. Clayton Cabinets (opens in new tab) made the bespoke Rustic oak dining table. The Gilbert chairs are from Ikea (opens in new tab). For a similar mirror, try Next (opens in new tab).

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Heather Young
Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and also edits its sister title Style At Home. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.