House and Garden Show House Kitchen
This kitchen was designed for The Daily Telegraph/House and Garden Fair showhouse 29 June to 2 July 2000, which was organised by the IDDA (now The British Institute of Interior Design). Tim Wood was invited to design the kitchen for the showhouse in the style of a Mediterrean villa. Tim Wood designed the kitchen area which ran seasmlessly into the dining room designed by Penelope Hughes-Ross of Capstone Interior Design. The open garden area next to it was designed by Kevin Mc Cloud.
This bespoke kitchen was made from maple with quilted maple inset panels. All the drawers were made of solid maple and dovetailed and the handles were specially designed in pewter. The work surfaces were made from white limestone and the sink from a solid limestone block. A large storage cupboard contains baskets for food and/or children’s toys. The larder cupboard houses a limestone base for putting hot food on and flush maple double sockets for electrical appliances. This maple kitchen has a pale and stylish look with timeless appeal.