We designed and built this shaker style utility room, forming part of large Grade II listed Georgian townhouse. Our client wanted a simple solution that was hard-wearing utility, built to cope with daily use and made the most of the available area.

Space was tight, with much of the left-hand side being taken up by the large boiler that serviced house. The client received multiple designs and quotes from ‘off-the-shelf’ suppliers, none of which could maximise the space available.

Shaker style kitchen mood board for Wandsworth project by Holland Street Kitchens

Cabinets were crafted to perfectly fit into the space available, with a deep corner unit being built to maximise the area on offer. The cabinetry was fitted at high-level and were complimented with open shelving. We concealed the boiler with a large access panel detailed with the same shaker woodwork to match the rest of the utility. We used the client’s existing Miele appliances and made sure they are easily accessible.

A Successful Project

The kitchen was hand-built in our workshop in West London, with the doors constructed from tulip wood. We were able to complete the project in three weeks following the client sign off. The total cost of this project, including design, build, installation and finishing details came to £15,000.

Shaker style kitchen sketch for Kensington project by Holland Street Kitchens

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