The attention to detail doesn’t stop there; drawers are crafted so as to look as good on the inside as they do outside, some complete with bespoke inserts for the chef’s collection of handmade Japanese knives. A bespoke brass sink was treated with acid to create a rich patina, as was the boiling water tap, and even the metal casings of the ceiling lights were thrown onto a bonfire to create an aged look. Open shelving in the island unit houses stacks of crockery and glassware adding to the casual feel, while classic Wishbone chairs by Danish designer Hans J Wegner are tucked under the generous dining table.
Working in tandem with the simple yet elegant cabinetry are Electrolux Grand Cusine appliances, including a combination oven, induction zone hob and stand mixer. Having revolutionised the concept of the modern day kitchen, this design-led, state of the art culinary system was the obvious choice for a professional chef at home, and the result is a kitchen that not only looks exquisite but is highly efficient too.