This spacious dark blue shaker kitchen was created for a Victorian semi-detached home in Worcester Park, South West London. As part of the rear extension to their home, our clients were looking for a kitchen design that would be in-keeping with the character of the rest of their home but with some modern elements that would make for a stylish and welcoming space.

The shaker style cabinets with oak interiors in this design work alongside the brass fixtures and fittings create a classic look while the dark blue hand-painted finish adds a contemporary feel. The shade used for the kitchen cabinets is ‘Dock Blue’ in an eggshell finish by Little Greene Paint Company. For the worksurfaces, sleek Silestone Blanco Zeus with a square edge gives a clean look. The kitchen leads straight out into the garden through glass doors which, along with the many roof lights, provide the kitchen with plenty of daylight. At night-time, under cabinet lighting and interior lighting for the pantry cabinet provide extra illumination.

A chimney-style extractor and space for the Rangemaster cooker was built into the design as well as a large breakfast pantry cabinet / kitchen dresser cabinet for extra convenience and storage. The large island, which also provides ample storage, has a built in double Belfast sink and breakfast bar. We also created bespoke furniture for a utility room/boot room for this extension, which adjoins the dining area.