The Broseley Kitchen
Broseley in Shropshire is located on the south bank of the Ironbridge Gorge and was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution. Plans for the Iron Bridge were drawn in Broseley and Abraham Derby 1st, who pioneered the Industrial Revolution, is buried there.
This vintage industrial kitchen was designed with our company’s architectural salvage heritage and Shropshire roots in mind.
It’s in The Detail
This innovative kitchen has a unique metal frame with integrated handle. The frame is available in blackened steel and unlacquered brass. Doors and panels can be finished in wood, linoleum, or any RAL colour.
As with all of our kitchens, this range includes a wide range of cabinet sizes and formats, including extra deep pan drawers, pull out bins, hideaway pantry cabinets, drawer inserts, and much more to help keep your kitchen organised, clean and practical.
Grove Park Terrace
Curated by Holloways.
About this project
As a grade 2 listed building, we were required to design the best possible kitchen, working within the constraints of the existing architecture.
In order to make full use of the available space, our team designed this 4-metre-long island which runs the full length of the kitchen. This presented an additional challenge for our stone fabricators, because the island exceeded the usual size for a slab of Carrara marble – the material used for the island worktop.
The thickness of the marble worktops on the island has been achieved by using mitred ‘aprons’, so that the veins in the marble continue seamlessly over the edges of the worktop.
The panels around the island are crafted from solid oak with fluting to add character and texture. Within the fluted panels, there are hidden cupboards, drawers and sockets to maintain the sleek Scandi feel of the island.
The use of reclaimed bricks behind this prep area, enhances the connection with the exterior space, and adds to the palette of natural textures.
The brick cladding also enabled us to provide the fixings for mounting the floating shelf, practical lighting, and brass wall mounted taps.
The cabinet doors and drawer fronts are edged in solid brass with recessed handles – unique to our Broseley range. The blue spray lacquered cabinets contrast beautifully with the oak veneers used on the interiors, and some of the cabinet fronts.
The tall elevation of cabinets includes a practical breakfast bar with retractable doors, a large integrated fridge freezer from Gaggenau, and loads of practical storage.
The Broseley in Richmond
Curated by Holloways.