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Harpsden, Oxfordshire

This beautiful architecturally inspired prestige kitchen features sweeping worksurfaces and extensive walnut cabinetry bringing a softer contrast to the pale minimalist surfaces.

This high-end contemporary kitchen design is deceptive in its simplicity, the beauty of the detailed Walnut Sap-Wood cabinetry hiding the complexity of the internal design and the modernity and size of premium appliances.

The walnut contrasts strikingly with the sweeping lines of the two impressive worktops, each cut in one piece in premium quality Unistone Cendre Velluto quartz. Within the sink unit rests a custom stone sink from the same material set off by aged brass fittings, lending tactile contrast to the finish.

On the opposing wall we have created a breakfast bar cabinet boasting the same quartz surfaces and bespoke sink, cleverly concealed behind subtle bi-fold doors.

Dominating the room is a large island containing a top of the range Bora Professional Hob, its stylish controls integrated into the woodwork below.

On the end wall hidden behind a simple door in keeping with the minimalist design, is a premium quality Gaggeneau 400 series fridge freezer and larder unit, this sits adjacent to a large top of the range Wolf oven and our own custom made spice racks.

The simple look of the kitchen with its striking wood and contrasting plain surfaces conceals a host of functionality within a truly stunning space.

Subtle design continues into two bathrooms.

Above the bespoke sink unit in bathroom one are matching gunmetal framed mirrors sitting flush with the wall, however, these aren’t just mirrors but the doors to large cabinets engineered to an exacting degree by Langstaff-Ellis into the wall itself.

The sink unit below is also completely bespoke, with paired sinks crafted from Silver Shadow marble.

In contrast the sink cabinet in the second bathroom is colour matched to the pale pink walls using a specialist Tadelakt Moroccan render. Again, there is a flush mirror cabinet set into the wall, this time with an unfinished brass frame offsetting the antique brass of the tap.

The full story of this stunning minimalist project can be found in the Project Case Study.