Patshull Hall is a Georgian mansion situated near Pattingham in Staffordshire, England, and is both a Grade I listed building and by repute, one of the largest listed buildings in the county. Recently the kitchen has been updated with the addition of Mereway’s new Signature collection, and stocked full of KitchenAid appliances, to bring the property into the present day.
The Mereway Signature kitchen features Light Grey cabinetry, which is complemented by Tyrolean Blue on the island and inside the open shelves. A single, monolithic piece of Blue Agate quartz – one of the most expensive marbles available – is used to create a statement wall, into which the refrigerators and ovens are inset. Matching this, on the Banaba White composite worktop there is a collage of smaller pieces of Blue Agate Quartz inset into the worktop (visible at the bottom of the featured image). While a vertical garden consisting of vibrant green moss on the wall, enhances the connection to nature even further.
Bruce Thomas, Project Designer from Mereway Kitchens, said, “It has been both a privilege and a challenge to help create a beautiful kitchen in this historic family home.”
The two large Mereway islands feature a duo of cooking stations, and house the 900mm KitchenAid induction hob, Teppanyaki Domino hob and the innovative Chef Sign – a five-in-one cooking module that features two deep-set induction trays. KitchenAid’s 900 mm Vertigo fridge freezer and wine cellar, alongside the iconic Twelix Artisan single oven and steam oven complete the kitchen.
Lee Collett, Channel Controller, Kitchen Studio & KitchenAid Brand, said: “We are thrilled to support Mereway with their launch of the new Signature collection. The spectacular kitchen is the perfect host for KitchenAid appliances, which feature advanced cooking technology to produce professionally-driven results.”
To see more of the Blue Agate Quartz feature wall and the living vertical garden, watch the video below.
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