The owners of this early Victorian listed rectory decided to replace the glass roof and one wall of an existing conservatory with solid structures and move a new kitchen into the space they created.The room is still full of natural light but much more comfortable with lots of space for socialising and beautiful views of the garden. The owners also converted an adjacent gym into a scullery with a large pantry, crockery cupboard and fridge-freezer so that mess can be out of sight.
The new solid wall at the far end houses the Wolf range cooker, extraction and main storage with a large central island creating a bridge between the cooking and dining zones. The scullery is adjacent, so the dry and chilled food storage is in easy reach, as there are two sinks and dishwashers.
The furniture is painted in two shades of grey and finished with Tabo stripe veneer detailing.
A splashback of antiqued mirror reflects light back into the room.