The Telegraph- Dream kitchens worthy of the Great British Bake Off
This month one of Cambridge Kitchens most exciting projects resurfaced in an article by The Telegraph. We found one of our fabulous kitchen designs amongst others labeled as ‘Dream kitchens worthy of the Great British Bake Off’. How fantastic to be associated with such a prestigious institution and almost a way of life for many Britons!
About this project:
This exciting project took place in a converted chapel Goudhurst Kent, interestingly this home had also featured on popular TV series ‘Homes under the hammer’ (Series 16 Episode 66, available on BBC IPlayer if you are interested to see more!). Cambridge Kitchens were thrilled to have a part in creating such a unique home.
The Chapel itself is a former purpose- built Wesleyan Methodist Chapel dating back to its opening in 1837. A second addition of a large brick building was added to the chapel in 1878. This building was also used as a Sunday school and to serve as a classroom to teach evacuees from London during the Second World War! The chapel closed its doors in 2002 due to declining numbers and was sold in 2010 to be converted into a home.
The kitchen itself comprised of oak with midnight grey feature doors. Beautiful Designer white Corian surfaces, with Siemens appliances. The home has been filled with the owner’s own bespoke touches, reclaimed materials combined with modern high spec features. These personal touches both salute the chapels historic past and make a beautiful home the owners will surely enjoy for years to come.
If you would like to know more about this project or any of our services, please do not hesitate in contacting our designers; telephone: 01223 213266 or e mail email@example.com.