Positioned in an idyllic West Yorkshire village, this Georgian home underwent a major renovation, carefully preserving its historical heritage and charm.
Key to the design was creating a space which celebrated the original architectural features of the home, blending harmoniously with contemporary living to create a functional family home. It was also important to provide a luxurious backdrop to the client’s distinct and personalised style and accessories.
A double island solution forms the centrepiece to the kitchen, the highly social layout also offers ample storage and prep space, perfect for evenings cooking and relaxing with family. The handle-less design adds an unexpected contemporary contrast to the intricately panelled cabinetry along the back wall, which delicately moulds into the architecture of the space.
This expansive run of furniture further enhances the period features while subtly hiding away cooking appliances, refrigeration and a practical breakfast cabinet. Characteristics, such as the thoughtfully balanced layout and proportions incorporate further quiet yet effective nods to the history of the 18th century home’s interior.
A statement liquid metal clad sideboard runs adjacent to the main kitchen forming a striking display and additional storage area. The softly veined backsplash and wraparound detail elegantly frames this feature space.
As an addition to the kitchen, a separate pantry offers even more practical storage for day-to-day family life as well as a spot to house worktop appliances, keeping the main space sleek and refined.
The warm, neutral colour palette was carefully curated to complement the sophisticated design details throughout the project while remaining calm and inviting for all.
This project features SieMatic S2 furniture in imitation wood, the ‘Aberford’ door from our exclusive Darling Maeve handcrafted range, liquid metal clad sideboard, Compac quartz worktops & backsplash, bronze satin mirror elements, Gaggenau, SubZero, Liebherr & Siemens appliances, BORA hob & extraction, Quooker boiling water tap and Joseph Giles hardware.