DESIGN: Designed by Stella Mannering & Company to complement the architectural blueprint of Ibbett Associates.
BRIEF: The kitchen in this exceptional 1820s London residence was designed for busy family living. Cabinetry reflects the distinctive architectural curves of the original property, with each hand-finished section following the gentle contours of the external walls themselves.
CABINETRY: In-frame shaker cabinetry is embellished with an ovolo moulding. Armac Martin handles and door pulls, in antique brass, compliment Hector Finch brass wall lights and pendants. Curved corners to the island and cooker hood are matched by a rounded finish to the Carrara quartz worktops.
FITTINGS: A larder cupboard, with integral cold slab, is scooped out for expansive dry goods storage. Double doors open inwards for unimpeded walk-in access. The sink run is a full crescent of cabinetry, each section hand-formed from layer upon layer of fine Maple veneer, to create the perfect solid arc.
Embracing the Clyde House Curves
At Clyde House, a renovation and extension, designed by Ibbett Architecture and executed by Barr Group, included a whole house of stunning made-to-measure cabinetry.Embracing the Clyde House curves