Wednesday, 28 November 2018 11:31

The peak of kitchen design

    From Works was approached to design a bespoke kitchen within a new extension for a family home in Sheffield where a rock was the inspiration.

    A photograph of a moss-covered rock from a countryside walk was the client’s inspiration and the proposal sought to engage with the ‘as-found’ materiality of the Peak District.

    The kitchen and joinery is handmade in Sheffield from stained plywood, steamed beech and fossil limestone worktops and splashback sourced from a Derbyshire quarry.

    Within the new kitchen and extension, From Works was also commissioned to design a bespoke breakfast table.

    The table is simple and modest in its design acting as a backdrop to the space. The table is of quality and constructed from a white oiled plywood top with stainless steel angle frame/legs with leather feet.

    All materials and manufacturing for the breakfast table were sourced locally and the finished piece was made in Sheffield.

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