Our clients had just relocated from London and they wanted an elegant kitchen for their townhouse which is set in a beautiful crescent in Bath. It was the shape of the crescent which inspired the design of the island, featuring both convex and concave cupboards to soften the visual outline of the space, whilst offering plenty of storage. The handsome Wolf range is enhanced with a pro-wall hood, creating a strong focal point. The hand painted finish and elegant pull handles are complemented by the beautiful granite work surfaces and splash back.
Key Project Details:
– Internal renovation
– New electrics & plumbing
– Handmade, bespoke Stephen Graver Kitchen
– Granite worktops
– Appliances inc.
Sub-Zero Fridge/Freezer & Wolf range cooker
The kitchen provides a big ‘wow-factor’ when people visit the house. It is an unusual design, with the curves and shape echoing the architectural features of the house and of the crescent itself. Arriving at the design was a very interactive process with ideas being contributed from both sides, but being held together with Stephen’s expertise and vision. In addition to the visual aspect, the design is very practical, with space for people to work alongside each other without being crowded, and providing storage space where everything can be conveniently placed where you’d expect to find it. We love the fact that there are so many features that make our kitchen unique, from the choice of materials, to the curvature of the marble stonework, the fittings and the quality of the casework.