Once a small conservatory used by servants and originally built in 1910 at Tredgar House in Newport, this kitchen space was extended to provide a light-filled contemporary haven to accommodate our client’s growing family. They chose our flat-panelled Linear range to enhance this minimalist space in a muted white and grey colour scheme which not only looks fresh and modern but allows the greenery of the natural surroundings to take centre stage. The plentiful island supplies the perfect focal point for family gatherings and is adorned with a cascading quartz surface over the island edge enhancing the sleek styling of this elegant space. With brushed chrome hardware and stainless-steel accents such as the dangling pendants, supply an understated industrial feel in this vast open space. The impressive run of a 4-metre-long A-frame window and skylights allow light to flood into the room all day long for a dynamic space. This incredible kitchen not only feels like a calming retreat, but a clean contemporary dream that will bring joy to this family in the years to come.