Ahead of the curve…
We love visiting clients in their newly completed Roundhouse bespoke kitchens and this large open plan room in a house near Guildford was no exception.
It’s a Roundhouse Urbo bespoke kitchen in Signal White with the island in Farrow & Ball Downpipe with polished Silestone Lyra worksurfaces.
It is a really good example of how a bespoke kitchen design really is ‘cut to fit,’ like a bespoke suit. The space has some interesting angles (see the photos); the exterior wall where the hob is situated is at a wider than 90-degree angle to the wall housing the tall units with ovens, and the island follows this angle too.
An interesting design detail is the island, which has a large curve on one side, echoing the curved lines of the grand piano opposite. We’re pleased to say that the clients love their new bespoke kitchen.