The Stanhoe Kitchen creates a sense of minimalism at first glance however when you look closely, the details and craftsmanship are exquisite.
The kitchen is constructed from White American Oak, which was chosen for its beautifully soft colour and unique grain pattern. Each drawer front was cut from the same piece of oak to ensure a consistent look across all units. The same natural material was used to create the Oak Super Stave worktops on both the island and base cabinets, floating shelving, and a stunning oak architrave which perfectly frames the kitchen from its adjoining open plan dining area.
Traditional box joints were chosen for the drawer construction to add subtle detail to the base units without detracting from the stunning natural grain pattern of the oak itself. The double-edged nature of this construction method means that the joints can be seen from the front and side of the drawers, unlike dove-tail side joints which can only be fully appreciated when the drawers are open.
Architect: Dom Wilson