This kitchen in a listed but tired stable conversion dating from the 1980’s features hand painted Maple doors and fascias, with oak interiors. The narrow dark room was opened up into the freshly refurbished conservatory and a counter level opening with clever bifold shutters formed into the adjacent dining room to bring in more light. Glass mosaics behind the freestanding SMEG range cooker act as an exciting centrepiece amidst clean white cabinets and black, honed granite worktops. A Burmese Teak draining board was incorporated to the right of the large ceramic butler sink. The tatty and chilly 80’s conservatory was transformed with a new solid insulated roof and clean double glazed windows and doors, making it a comfortable year round living space.