Wooden Kitchen Holmfirth 14

Wooden Kitchen in Holmfirth
A traditional oak kitchen
With existing beams a feature in this room, our clients decided they wanted something that would feel traditional but not old. Two large windows at one end of the room provide plenty of light, and help to create this timeless feel to the kitchen. Wood doors were a must, but with modern style appliances and worktop, this kitchen has the perfect compromise between old and new.

Our clients fell in love with the Mallow doors in European Oak by M&J Designs. They are the ideal door to keep the style of the kitchen traditional, especially with the pewter knobs chosen by the clients, yet with a timeless feel. Decorative pilasters frame the range, giving an extra classical touch, as does the mantle above the range. A small peninsula provides just enough space for two to sit without crowding the room.
The worktop is a Staron in Sanded Mocha which is extended to upstands and a large splashback behind the range, making a feature of that part of the kitchen as well as protecting the wall from splashes during cooking. To increase usable worksurface space, a matching Staron cover was made for the sink.
The clients chose to have a range cooker by Rangemaster in a combination of white and black. This is accompanied by a Caple extractor, integrated into the mantle above the range. A real feature is made of this part of the kitchen, and gives a special traditional touch; the decorative mantle and pilasters frame the range cooker for a real country kitchen vibe, while the Staron splashback really makes the area stand out.
The sink is an undermount bowl and a half stainless steel sink by 1810, and, when uncovered, looks at home in the room. Especially when combined with the stainless steel Boi-ing spray tap which makes rinsing dirty dishes before washing really easy. The sink being positioned in the corner of the room, next to the windows means that our clients can enjoy their view whilst washing the dishes. A classic Quickstep Exquisa flooring finishes off this kitchen beautifully.

Design Tip
‘Richard & Carole couldn’t decide between a traditional or modern style of kitchen, so opted for a mixture of both. Our designer used European Oak doors and a range cooker, but contrasted with a modern seamless Staron worktop and an undermount sink with pull-out spray tap.’

Technical Description
Doors-
PWS, Broad Oak, Polished Matt

Worktops-
Staron Sanded Mocha

Appliances-
1810 Etroduo Sink
Boi-ing Tap
Caple- Extractor Hood, Fridge, Dishwasher

Other-
Quickstep Exquisa Flooring
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