Dermot needed a kitchen that had plenty of storage, that wouldn’t dominate the space in this smaller room, and still contain all of the essentials. As Dermot loves to cook, his kitchen needed to have an easy and intuitive flow to it, but as part of an open plan living area, it also needed to feel like a cheerful and homely space, with an understated dignity and grace. In short, Dermot’s kitchen needed to reflect his needs, his personality, and his lifestyle.
Hand painted in Farrow & Ball Purbeck Stone, with Perrin & Rowe Etruscan taps, a light granite worktop, and specially commissioned burnished brass handles. Dermot’s kitchen is a beautiful example of a single-wall kitchen that blends utilitarian practicality and dignified charm.