Stamford kitchen

Stanford

About

Like so much of what we do this was led by our client, Mrs Stanford. The design includes many features from all sorts of sources The, door may be a Shaker door, but the finish is limed Oak. The handles come from a different era and are cut into the doors. When it came to liming the doors Mrs Stanford even joined us in the workshop and helped us create the exact finish she wanted. The result is stunning.

Features and details

The shaker doors are set in a frame with traditional butt hinges. The drawers are all dovetailed, but it is the finish that makes this kitchen special. The limed Oak and the handles make it more interesting. With the glass cupboards we deliberately did not put a back on the cupboard so that you could see the very old and interesting brick work behind it.

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