new extension was constructed for the kitchen dining area. As the house in in
the green belt size was limited. The best use of the space was needed. This
view is from the dining space into the kitchen area
STUART GURNEY'S KITCHEN
The opening is from
the Living Room into the dining area, and so the whole of the back of the
house,kitchen, study, living and dining area including the garden are linked
into one living space.
is accross the granit topped "bar" separating the dining and kitchen
area. There is a sand blasted glass shelf on stainless steel rods above this
bar. Circular window in end wall gives view to visitors approaching from front
sinks and drainer. matching window cill
Dining space, table and
chairs. Moon light
This view shows the "bar"
and the raised section which incoporates some sockets and hides to jars of
tea and coffee etc. This section of worktop is raised to provide a space for
trays and cutting boards etc.
The hob with glass extractor
hood. Granite worktop with grooves cut into granite to form drainer for underslung
sinks. Beech veneered cupds. (from Ikea)
The dining space and the
end of the granite bar and raised section. Oak extending table and moulded
ply chairs. Glass shelf over bar and rod track low voltage lighting. The floor
is tiled in ceramic tiles with water system underfloor heating.
The end of the bar and
stools. To the left of the tall cupboard aremore glass shelves "hanging"
from the ceiling including the microwave.
microwave shelves, and heat detector at high level and fire extinguisher at