This historic Victorian country house was built in the late 19th century for the Rennie family and is set within 50 acres of parkland including a swimming pool, stables and numerous outbuildings. The current owners have undergone a large refurbishment project which includes a new kitchen, dining extension with feature roof lanterns, and complementary pantry and boot rooms. We also designed and installed a dressing room adjacent to the master bedroom and a stunning entertainment room.
This stunning space required a design with gravitas. We married classic tailored furniture with the very latest appliances from Sub Zero and Wolf to provide a kitchen of distinction, designed to perfectly complement the proportions of the room.
The rectangular space of the kitchen leant itself to a symmetrical design with an integrated Wolf range top set within our trademark handmade chimney breast taking center stage. Tailored cabinetry to either side houses the Wolf double ovens, a steam oven and coffee machine with antique mirrored splash backs accentuating the light and space.
The oversized island is topped in luxurious Carrera marble and includes plenty of storage space, integrated appliances including an indulgent drinks fridge and a boiling water tap. To one end a bespoke curved breakfast bar is mirrored by a circular oak worktop, the design enhanced by complementary accessories.
The large freestanding dresser has double bi-fold doors and space for smaller appliances and the family’s crockery and glassware. The design is practical and inviting but with every modern luxury included.
Continuing the symmetrical theme, this tailored boot room oozes country glamour. Painted in Green Smoke with oak interiors and bench seat, the design provides ample space for coats, shoes and accessories.
This ordered space is exactly how we feel a pantry should be, with plenty of storage, pretty weaved baskets and lots of open shelving so everything is visible. The tongue and groove walls, granite worktop and hand painted shelves provide a tailored finish without being too formal.
This serene dressing room provides luxurious storage for the client’s outfits and beautiful accessories collection. The tailored hand-painted cabinetry is off set by beautiful walnut interiors and open displays. Mirrored panels reflect the light and enhance the space, whilst hidden within the ample dressing table, baize lined jewellery drawers, spotlights and integrated sockets provide elegant comfort.
The bespoke design for this entertainment room is based on a Georgian library, but cleverly disguises a high tech THX cinema room, with speakers and sub woofers mounted behind laser cut fret work and speaker cloth. The faux hand painted books are shallow enough to allow a 200 inch projection screen to drop down in front of the TV. Hand-painted in a rich deep green with a solid oak worktop, the room is the epitome of contemporary glamour.