You have asked, I have answered! Q & A blog Post - Just A Little Build
It’s been a long time in the waiting but I have finally collated all your questions and pulled together this Q & A blog post. Thank you to everyone who got involved, I really hope you find some of these…
This Hampshire kitchen epitomises Lewis Alderson’s attention to detail in design. Housed in part of a former Brewery, the building benefits from high ceilings, original sash windows and beautiful barn-style doors. The kitchen has been designed as a collection of large free-standing pieces rather than fully fitted, to suit the proportions of the room.
Stages 33 sink in island Now back to the orientation. I ditched the under the platform hanging deal and put it it my pantry to organize wraps and foils and baggies. Instead, I tucked a knife drawer in under the platform:
Shark kitchen, Clapham - The name comes from the cabinets shaped at the ends, the detail looks a little like a shark noise 50 mm composite worktop caesarstone blizzard with bespoke, factory spray painted Charleston Grey from Farrow & Ball.
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