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.
This large kitchen lends itself to a stunning central island with integral wine storage, dishwasher and recycling cabinets, beautifully complemented by the grain of the granite worktops. The hand-made chimney breast perfectly frames the 5-oven AGA with discrete condiment cabinets to either side. To the left of the AGA, bi-fold doors allow the storage of smaller appliances; whilst to the right glass display units lend a natural light. The beautiful free-standing cabinetry includes a “hidden” larder flanked on either side by integrated fridge & freezer units. A further free-standing dresser makes a striking statement depicted in deep pewter with a solid walnut interior. Beyond the kitchen a full utility and separate boot room complete this elegant array.