98 - Neo-Classical Kitchen with Copper Canopy - Cheshire

Hidden in the Cheshire countryside resides a stunning Palladian-inspired hall steeped in history and character. After purchasing the property, our client undertook a grand restorative project, calling on local experts to carry out an extensive, yet sympathetic, rejuvenation of their new neo-Classical home.

David Lisle were commissioned to craft a series of bespoke interiors throughout the property, including the kitchen, boot room and Grade II listed bar.

It was essential for each space to feel at home in the 18th Century architecture, portraying original interiors that have been lovingly restored. For the kitchen, we took inspiration from the historic below-stairs kitchen and gave it our signature luxurious twist.

The client’s love of authentic, natural materials led us to source an exclusive Portuguese Crema Evora marble for the worktops, rarely quarried at such a large size. The cabinetry is painted in a traditional drag finish, with antique delph tiling forming the splashback underneath the bespoke moulded copper canopy. The feature muraled cabinet, meticulously hand-painted by a specialist artist, conceals two extra-large Sub-Zero fridges.

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