Nothing stops us ... even when nothing is straight, level or vertical!
The traditional ledge and brace doors of the Ropley Pudge kitchen and this character property were an ideal match. We had a fantastic opportunity to design a kitchen which would mould itself around the various low beams and organic angles which houses like this often possess. The aim was to create a kitchen that fitted its environment and that is exactly what we did. Each piece of the kitchen was carefully designed and crafted in our Liss workshop by hand, using traditional techniques and made to fit every wall and beam like a glove! Mod-cons, pan trays, integrated dishwasher, larder, plenty of worktops space and clever storage are also present.
Units are crafted as bespoke pieces of furniture rather than "off-the-shelf" units with industry-dictated dimensions. We used traditional ledge and brace wood doors, solid drawn butt hinges and dovetailed drawers constructed from solid wood, all finished with cushion-close mechanisms. Traditional style with modern comforts – the best of both worlds!