Oak and Rosewood Kitchen
This beautiful Victorian kitchen in Balcombe, Sussex cleverly utilises the high ceilings for maximum storage.
Oak worktops were used with a butlers sink to match the period property. All carcasses have rose wood fronts sprayed in this period National Trust green. All doors have a beaded frame and shaker style design. The wall units are over 1.2m high to maximise the storage and fit in perfectly with the ‘turn of the century’ property.
This kitchen also features a solid oak island measuring approximately 8ft x 4 ft which is great for baking and serving family meals.
We originally found Ian on the web. A “stab in the dark”. What impressed us initially was he appeared interested in what we wanted to do and, most importantly, he responded quickly and efficiently to our quotation queries. This enthusiasm and efficiency was carried through to the job itself. He proved reliable, punctual, responsive to our queries and sympathetic to our requests. Also, his obvious skill, eye for detail, perfectionism and desire to complete a job ensured we got what we wanted.