Transitional bespoke solid wood island diner family kitchen handcrafted in Walnut, Birch and Poplar (Tulipwood) for a large open plan living space in a new build property.
Tubbercurry, County Sligo, Ireland
The kitchen has a handmade beaded in-frame construction with rounded pillars, moulded cornices and flush fitted doors mounted on stainless steel butt hinges. The dovetailed drawer boxes are solid birch and open on secret soft-close dynapro runners with porcelain detail D handles and knobs.
The central island is the main focal point with a Silestone quartz work surface and a custom moulded profile, stainless steel under-mounted prep sink, induction hob, motorised down-draught extractor, chopping board stow, tray press storage and a 3-gang vertical powerdock. Built into the island is a bespoke Walnut booth seat, which is designed around an adjustable height solid Walnut freestanding table with curved ends.
The main wet area has a stepped out Tan Brown granite work top with a 3 inch splashback upstand, window sill, and grooved drainer above a ceramic double Belfast sink.
The double larder has a separate appliance press, spice racks, notice board and glazed window lights with a timber bead detail. The wall presses also have plate glass display doors and integrated lighting.
Other features include a Walnut bench seat with storage, a motorised adjustable height stainless steel sink with drainer and a bespoke shelving unit with toughened glass shelves and turned stainless steel shelf supports.