'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.

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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.