We often think that our kitchens are a bit like the Tardis, with acres of space hidden behind a seamless exterior. This Roundhouse bespoke kitchen visited recently by our Kitchen Coach, Amy, packs a vast amount of storage behind its sleek facade.
The whole kitchen is really well laid out with two double larders, one with full height drawers; floor to ceiling and the other is stacked with glasses, cups and china. A further small single larder has drawers and shelves and is filled with breakfast items, coffee and cups.
It’s a Roundhouse Urbo handle less, matt lacquer bespoke kitchen with the sink run and island in Farrow & Ball Plummet and the tall run and wall cabinets in Farrow & Ball Manor House Grey. The work surface on the main run and island is polished Basaltino and on the Specva breakfast bar, River Wash Heart Ash, a light driftwood colour.
It’s a fabulous example of the enormous amount of storage that can be fitted into a Roundhouse bespoke kitchen.