Lavender Road, Woking

A fashionable green in-frame kitchen with extra tall units in an Edwardian house which our client had cleverly reconfigured to allow open plan living.  Antique bronze cabinet handles complement the spun brass pendant lights above the island. Her brief was to include an oak circular breakfast bar where she could enjoy a drink with friends and design an island long enough for her to cook alongside them.

Woodland Road, Bookham

A fresh blue kitchen in an extension.  This client loves gardening and nature and here was an opportunity to incorporate some features that reflected her interests.  We took her to English Woodland Timber Ltd in Sussex to choose some waney edged French walnut for her breakfast bar and shelves above the sink area.  The hidden walk-in pantry was built alongside her American fridge and on entering lights up. 

Parkside Place, East Horsley

lThis adapted kitchen space had several fixed structural parameters which provided a challenge kitchen design wise -  it had also been extended out towards the garden.  Cashmere painted cabinets go well with the aubergine glass splashback.

Tondelayo, Northcote Road, West Horsley

One of the first kitchens Antrona did!  Hand-painted in light green (reflecting the customer’s passion for gardening) and taupe, with the addition of stunning tactile leather finish dark granite worktops, this kitchen was part of a timber framed new build house.

Meadow Way I, West Horsley

This property had a great new entertaining space as part of a large extension.  Beautiful Costa Esmerelda granite from Cullifords in Kingston was the starting point around which everything else had to fall into place colour wise. The swirling green and creamy colours within the granite were enhanced by the selection of three Fired Earth colours for the hand-painted cabinetry.  The design layout required a low profile downdraft extractor so the TV could be viewed whist cooking.

Newdigate

An in-frame kitchen replacement in an amazingly characterful Tudor house and where there were scribed symbols around the fireplace to ward off witches!   The granite was chosen from Cullifords in Kingston. Scribing the end panels into the wall was a task in itself!  An extra hob and oven were included to allow the Aga to be turned off in the summer months.

Hooke Road, East Horsley

This kitchen originally had a very large peninsula which only allowed for the dining table to run parallel with it which was a bit of a squash.  By significantly reducing the length of the peninsula and getting rid of the sink units along the outside wall, the table could be orientated the other way and new generous width bifolds allowed for a wide view into the garden.  F&B Cornforth White cabinets with Blue Pearl granite.