This rank of Bespoke Kitchen Units with Curved Cornice and end panel corners was designed and built as a feature along the wall of the Kitchen of a Country Cottage in Beckington, near Bath.
The Corners of the End Panels have a 40 mm radius curve running down them which was actually made by gluing together the four 40 mm corner posts with a fracture line, hand turning them to an 80 mm diameter cylinder, and then re-splitting them along the fracture lines. The Curved Corner Cornice was then made so that when installed the corner curves had the same vertical centre as that of the corner posts.
The right hand kitchen wall unit has been designed as a Crockery Display Cabinet with glazed doors beaded with an 8 mm staff bead.
The central floor unit houses an Under-mounted Double Butler Sink and has a cupboard below with twin staff beaded cupboard doors.
To the left of the sink unit is a double door cupboard unit with twin drawers above. The drawers have been dovetail jointed out of solid Tulip-wood and run on soft close drawer runners.
To the right of the sink unit is a Concealed Integrated Dishwasher. The door of the dishwasher has been custom made to match the style of the surrounding units.
To the right of the dishwasher the far right hand floor unit is a single drawer unit with pigeon holes underneath for housing Willow Basket Drawers.
The Kitchen Units are hand painted in Farrow and Ball's 'Pointing no. 2003'.