When Your Emma Bridgewater collection just needs to be on point
A stunning Shaker Kitchen Painted in Farrow and Ball Pointing with a build dedicated to Flatware.
When it comes to bespoke Shaker Kitchens we love nothing more than achieving a classic look with modern day practicality. All the way up in the attic of this stunning victorian build our customer Frances set us the task of designing and crafting a bespoke kitchen for a very unique space. Frances also has a passion for Emma Bridgewater Pottery and has a collection of quite a size.
With the Cad drawings complete and our collective ideas incorporated, while the team was completing the renovation of the property we headed to the workshop to start the build. This is a full birch plywood cabinetry build with every cabinet to exact measurements to make the most of the space, and all our shaker kitchen doors and decorative panels are made from tulip wood, all sourced from FSC timbers for sustainability. We made a bespoke plate rack in the pantry cupboard out of birch ply to house the plates and give Frances plenty of storage.
The colour of the kitchen is Pointing By Farrow and Ball and the walls are in Dimity for the slight contrast to make the room nice and bright but still with character. Always a favourite of ours From the anvil handles were chosen to compliment the colour.
Very happy walking away from this bespoke kitchen project that all the requirements were ticked and it looks amazing.