Utopia    Feature 11 Oct 2017

This Norfolk Vicarage captures a period style along with a modern country feel

In a fusion of classic and modern, this bespoke kitchen captures the period style of the house and integrates original features.

The kitchen is the hub of the home and designed to flow seamlessly into the dining room.

With its airy country-house feel, this kitchen is all about making the most of the space and maximizing light. Its linear profile sets off the Carrara white quartz surfaces and draws attention to the contrasting natural wood.

The bespoke cabinetry is painted in Cornforth White and Mole’s Breath by Farrow & Ball and finished to show off the grain of the oak beneath. As the owners love entertaining, the kitchen was crafted to have a welcoming air. Finished with a bespoke bar that puts the cocktail into Shaker style; a clever little sink with an eye-level glasses cupboard, and a swing-out cabinet for storing the cocktail kit, this scheme is an entertainer’s dream!

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