This fitted sink unit housing crockery drawers and a dishwasher gives a great period look with its teak wood counter top and double butlers sink.  The larder cupboard and breakfast bar provides a living/eating area in this medium sized kitchen, and a butchers block with solid top and drawers gives  additional preparation and storage space in a room where three separate doorways means wall space was limited.

“The fact we are in a listed building means we can’t go knocking down walls to create an open plan kitchen diner, so we set about making the kitchen an informal eating and cooking place keeping the dining room next door for larger family meals.

Steve was able to suggest some great ideas for making the kitchen work for a busy family of five whilst at the same time making sure that we made good use of the dining room and didn’t just open it up at Christmas.”