'Trapham Barn's kitchen is elegant and graceful ...'

At home, in a delightfully renovated barn, in a village just outside Canterbury, Trapham Barn's kitchen tastefully reflects its environment, within the far-reaching blue-grey-green countryside of east Kent. 

On the surface, Trapham Barn's kitchen is elegant and graceful. With its cool, calming painted finish, in Farrow & Ball's Mizzle. Depth is created with the Oceanic Blue granite worktops, which contrast with the classic oak features. However, beneath the surface blues are wonderfully hidden treasures.

There is a boiling hot water tap, meaning no cluttering kettles; a pop-up electrical point in the island’s stone, which hides seamlessly when not in use; a pull-out, oak lined extractor, complementing the oak lap trays, oak beams and oak floor. Within the cupboards are an integrated pull-out larder and an integrated pull-out waste-system. There is also an integrated microwave. Within the drawers, compartmentalised spaces for coffee pods.

Trapham Barn is quintessentially Kentish. Where tradition meets modernism, iced with elegance and coolness.


Fundamentals ...

Cabinetry – painted finish in Farrow & Ball’s Mizzle, with integrated oak, pull-out, lap-trays; polished cup-pull handles and knobs; Blum's soft-close runners; and, with oak internals and dove-tail joined drawer boxes.  

£22,000 installed.

Worktops – Granite Oceanic Blue, 30mm, bevelled with cut-outs and draining grooves.

£4,500 installed.

Additions – hot water tap, by Billi and Butler sink- supplied by client; integrated pull-out larder, integrated pull-out waste system.

£900 installed.