Barton Manor oak kitchen and oak pantry
This kitchen and pantry were commissioned by Robert Stigwood for Barton Manor. The old Home farm to Osbourne House, Queen Victoria’s home on the Isle of Wight. Tim Wood designed the kitchen and pantry in a traditional English style. We also supplied Robert Stigwood with items for all five bathrooms.
The oak kitchen above is made of European oak with plain raised and fielded panels. The worktops are in iroko with an inset carrara marble top at the end of the island. Incorporating a Czech and Speake tap, Fourneaux de France Cluny double oven range and a double French farmhouse sink. You can see at the end of the island our exclusive integrated flush double sockets. All in matching European oak and below the island a pair of Tim Wood octagonal stools.
The pantry is made in a colonial style which reminded Robert Stigwood of his home in the Caribbean. Made in European oak with iroko worktops, it is constructed with fluted columns set forward.
The dog cupboard was part of the pantry made in European oak, also with matching fluted columns. The grooving at the base of the cupboard, below the dogs, was to allow ventilation for the boiler that was situated just behind this cupboard.