Designed to complement the architectural features of this stunning listed Oxfordshire town house, characteristic Georgian leaded windows and low ceiling are complemented by traditional in-frame cockbead cabinetry.
A freestanding central worktable features deep drawer boxes. Dresser style larder cupboards, along with the traditional cooker hood, exhibit a bespoke cornice moulding. The cabinetry is finished with antique brass D-Bar handles and door knobs and off-white stone worktops. An extended adjoining dining room brings height and light to the overall space and access to the gardens beyond; with renovation by Barr Build and architectural design by Holland Green Architecture.