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  • traditional painted in frame kitchen

    COUNTRY STYLE KITCHEN

Painted in-frame kitchen for a stunning cottage in Llanblethian

This was a wonderful project to be involved with. Mr and Mrs Cheeseman were refurbishing their stunning country cottage in the picturesque village of Llanblethain, near Cowbridge South Wales. When they first began exploring the concept of a new kitchen, they were very open to lots of creative ideas. However, there were a few factors that had a bearing over what could ultimately be achieved. Firstly, there was the fact that this was a period cottage that demanded a more traditional design. Additionally, the old Aga stove was to remain at the heart of the room.
The final design was a traditional inframe kitchen with oak timber doors painted in a light blue finish. Classic doors were used on some of the cabinets and additional lighting was implemented to enhance the look. Mr and Mrs Cheeseman didn’t want to rely totally on the Aga stove and so a small induction hob was fitted to the left of the Aga, as well as modern ovens within the full height cabinets to the rear of the kitchen.

Clever use of lighting

This was a relatively small kitchen area and, as with many period cottages, the windows were small. In this instance, lighting was crucial. We worked hard to come up with a lighting plan that helped to flood the room with ample light, whilst maintaining the character of this beautiful property.

kitchen lighting

Bespoke elements

When this cottage was built, it’s highly unlikely that spirit levels were in existence. If they were, the builder must have forgotten to use one. None of the walls were even slightly straight. This meant that many of the infills and components needed to be scribed by hand to ensure they looked their best agains the curves of the wall.
On top of that, we constructed a bespoke extraction bulk head to house the extraction fan unit. This was a totally bespoke element, built by hand during the kitchen installation. The finished piece complements the Aga stove perfectly and finishes off the design in style.

Bespoke extraction fan
What we did 
  • Your Space Living team carried out the complete refurbishment
  • Design layout around the existing aga and floor tiles
  • Removal of all existing items
  • Designed the new lighting specification for task and ambient lighting
  • Restructured all new electrical and plumbing positions
  • Designed and constructed new mantle to blend in with the traditional settings
  • Re-plastered ceiling and all walls
  • Full decoration
  • Tiling to extend the floor tiles into the porch area
  • Installation of Inframe Oak Units, with new appliances
  • Project managed template and installation of Silestone “Blanco River” worktops, up stands and splash back
  • Arrange all logistics for second fix
  • Full Project management service following an predetermined schedule
  • After care service and always on hand to respond to any queries through the project
Installation images 
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Client testimonial 
Dear Jo and Your Space Living team. Please accept our thanks for a superb job with our new kitchen. We are absolutely delighted with it. Your team were great workers and we have no hesitation in recommending you and your team to anyone – we already have. We are particularly happy with your design, which has worked well, whilst your attention to detail has succeeded in obtaining the vision that we wanted to achieve at a price we wanted. I have no hesitation in recommending your service and wish you all the best in the future.Mr and Mrs Cheeseman, Cowbridge, South Wales
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