The mantel surround provides ample storage, with every square inch designed to have a practical use. These walnut drawers provide a useful place to store oils, vinegars etc. within easy reach of the range. As seen in another image, the gap between these drawers and the edge of the cabinet is used to store dried herbs and spices, accessible via a door on the side.
The archetypal Traditional In-frame kitchen – quintessentially British. Crafted from solid Oak, and shown with fine beading detailing and satin chrome butt hinges. Oak is an enduring timber - warm, natural and tactile, yet dependable and fit for all seasons.
In this kitchen environment the Wallace door retains its robust yet subtle proportions, but the addition of painted doors mixed with the natural oak finish of the main island units adds that little extra something. Here we’ve used the Fern finish on the peninsula unit and seating area, whilst the base and wall units are finished in Travertine.
Cleverly designed accessories bring this set to life and create points of interest. The peninsula unit forms a unique focal point, and the 1/3 glazed wall doors add a little extra luxury. The plate rack to the left of the cooker offers useful and functional storage space.
There is no mistaking this is an exemplary timber kitchen.
We’ve created an exceptional palette of 21 painted finishes, plus the option for bespoke tailor made finishes. All the options have been specifically designed to blend and combine in a multitude of variations. Don’t be afraid to mix different finishes – they are intended so that you can create an environment completely personalised to your requirements.
The island is stained walnut. The cabinets are glazed paint. The gray-green hutch has copper mesh over the doors and is designed to appear as a separate free standing piece. Small appliances are behind the cabinets at countertop level next to the range. The hood is copper with an aged finish. The wall of windows keeps the room light and airy, despite the dreary Pacific Northwest winters! The fireplace wall was floor to ceiling brick with a big wood stove. The new fireplace surround is honed marble. The hutch to the left is built into the wall and holds all of their electronics.
Project by Portland interior design studio Jenni Leasia Interior Design. Also serving Lake Oswego, West Linn, Vancouver, Sherwood, Camas, Oregon City, Beaverton, and the whole of Greater Portland.
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