Bespoke Skylight Blue & Oak Kitchen

This Penzance farmhouse kitchen started life as two small and dark rooms with barely enough light, hardly any electrics and virtually zero work space. It was clear that the first job would be to remove the dividing wall, rip out the old ceilings, old plaster, take up the old cork floor, remove the old and dangerous electrics, re position the boiler, and re configure the walls and doorways.

The floor needed stripping right down to the concrete, next we levelled the entire floor including the adjoining conservatory which was opened up into the kitchen. We positioned the new boiler so that it did not interfere with the kitchen, built a self contained utility area and put new doorways in. The kitchen was completely re wired before new ceilings went up, everything was re plastered, new dark blue slate flooring went in and the whole area was decorated ready to take it’s new kitchen.

The kitchen itself was built using a combination of Birch for the cabinetry, Oak and Beech. The doors were painted using skylight blue by Farrow and ball, this was spray applied in our workshop. All the painted cabinetry was built using beech. The granite is called Wild west green, and the flooring is local cornish dark blue slate. All the appliances are Miele and Aga.