This 1920s home, with stunning views of Thorepness Meare, is one of the original mock-Tudor villas built by the Ogilvie Family. A home away from home, this family treasure is a much-loved place to unwind.
Style of House
1920s Mock-Tudor Villa
Colour of Kitchen
DH Clear Skies
“We have had two kitchens made by Andy and his team over the past twelve years and cannot praise them more highly for their efficiency, attention to detail, and grasping exactly what we wanted and delivering it. All contact has always been extremely professional and the fitters charming.”Venetia Lebus
As a family that loves to cook, the kitchen needed to be open-planned and functional. The expansive island provides plenty of storage and prep area for this social family.
The pale blue hand-painted finish matches the kitchen cabinets and is a warming contrast to the traditional cream Aga.
Given the number of people in the kitchen at once, the space needed to be comfortable. Therefore, rounded granite worktops, cupboards and island legs are a welcome design feature. There is a home for everything, including the framed American-style stainless-steel fridge freezer