ST JUST COTTAGE KITCHEN
This ethereal cottage kitchen has a respectful design. The brief was to create a seamless light, yet comforting space with a sophisticated and natural feel.
It is luminous, complementary and elegant.
A bespoke mix of materials were used to create the space including handmade brass handles, patinated zinc, concrete and natural sawn wood.
We sourced a brass sink and a stunning brass tap which both pop out when paired with the concrete worktops and patinated zinc backsplash. We used a combination of white painted natural sawn wood on the doors and drawers along with patinated zinc doors on the island.
The concrete worktops and kitchen island with its waterfall end panels were cast seamlessly in-situ to give an endless complete design.
"Searching online for designs for our kitchen project, we chanced upon Arnold's website and were immediately drawn to his use of sustainable and locally sourced materials and to the concrete worktops, which he is able to cast in situ.
When we met him, Arnold instinctively got our brief, offering practical insight as well as design creativity, reinforced when he visited our home and fine-tuned his ideas to marry with the history of the house. A perfectionist, his attention to detail is evident from start to finish as is his enthusiasm in sharing his progress in the workshop. The pouring and polishing of the concrete on site was an art form. Where else could you find a craftsman who sourced the materials for the mix from the surrounding landscape?
We are absolutely delighted with the result he has achieved and would unreservedly recommend him.”
Our client Paget.
Natural Sawn White Painted Doors and Drawers
Handmade Brass Handles
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Workshop One, Mount Pleasant Eco Park, Porthtowan, Cornwall, TR4 8HL