Our designs versus the finished result – How did we do?

 Detail of paint work - Chinnor hill pull out bins - Chinnor Hill F&B Dix blue & oak-Chinnor hill Hand painted downdraft extractor Chinnor Hill

Designing a new kitchen is always a challenge. Our Client wanted something a little different, something that reflected the character of this beautiful 1930’s house up in the Chiltern Hills and carried that through to the sympathetic extension, his brief was quite detailed. The house has amazing views of the beech woods and down into the vale, so we needed to make sure the views were unimpeded by island extractors etc. details of the original doors are carried through and echoed in our design

here are a couple of shots of the room when we first saw the building site, and then some of the design, installation and finished kitchen….. the client chose Farrow & Ball dix blue for the handpainted doors and black Emerald Pearl Granite. The curved island doors, the curved shelves and the end panels are Oak

.unplastered kitchen van with plaster Simple Kitchen images V5 -1 the drinks area Simple Kitchen images V5 -2 view from the conservatory Curved oak and painted island - Chinnor Hill installing the island detail on end panel echoing 1930's door detail Chiltern Hills 1  view of curved island 2 - Chinnor Hill Simple Kitchen images V5 -3 2013-08-09 13.03.17 detail of paint work 2 - Chinnor hill