This stunning Victorian townhouse renovation is home to this beautifully transformed kitchen. A wealth of character, charm and quirkiness flows through the home, further enhanced and improved by the current owners. Each and every room is being transformed, with original features being complemented by the owner’s own personal style and taste.
The kitchen is the heart of any home, and this kitchen was to be no different. The owner’s wanted a space that they could enjoy with friends and family, and not only looked good but was equally functional.
This striking kitchen has been meticulously thought out. Each and every detail has been carefully considered, from the Ribchester Shaws Sink to the Armac Martin Leebank handles. The kitchen offers the perfect combination of colours, textures and materials. The classic style kitchen has been finished in Little Greene Company Lamp Black paint, contrasted beautifully by the Calacutta Black quartz worktops. The cabinet colour contrasts the pink wall colour and exposed brickwork perfectly, creating a quirky twist on a classic kitchen style. The kitchen comprises a variety of cabinet styles including exposed shelving, full-length cupboards and an island with a seating area.
The kitchen is brimming with luxurious extras including an envy-inducing Lacanche Classic Citeaux in Rose Quartz, a Quooker boiling tap and Gaggenau wine fridge to name just a few.
The open plan area flows seamlessly, with room for entertaining, relaxing, cooking and so much more. There is an abundance of light thanks to the crittal style windows, creating a light and airy space for the family to enjoy. Not only is there seating at the island, but we also created a bespoke dining table that sits under a quirky neon light, creating another focal point within the space.
At The Main Company, we work with you to bring your creative vision to life, using only the highest quality materials. All our materials have been carefully sourced, and most of our kitchens are created from solid pine at our Yorkshire workshop, ensuring they can be enjoyed for many years to come.