This kitchen was installed in what had once been the corridor of a Victorian convent.
Making full use of a long narrow kitchen requires careful planning to ensure all the essential elements are within easy reach.
The range cooker is positioned centrally and is enhanced with a bespoke tile frieze.
A large ceramic farmhouse sink is placed within easy reach of the central cooker and looks splendid in the Victorian setting.
Lustrous Verde Bahia granite worktops provide a beautiful work surface in shades of deep green and a teak chopping block provides useful food preparation space over a fitted Nathan Levick wine rack.
The cabinets are painted in Farrow & Ball Green Blue with special period details including cock beaded drawers and porcelain knobs.
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