Sunday, May 19, 2013

A kitchen designed for a Belgian castle

I would love to share with you today some pictures (they are not professional taken!) of a kitchen we recently installed in a Belgian castle.
Peculiar to castles are the tall ceilings. This room has a ceiling height of about 4 meters (13 feet).
This kitchen is completely custom made, according to time-honored techniques and traditions.
The kitchen is executed in light stained oak. For the countertops, kitchen cooker wall and floor is chosen for a carrara marble.
All kitchen appliances are built in.

9Cooking area with concealed extract hood and the gorgeous La Cornue Château cooker.

Detail of the the technical plan of the kitchen.

Workshop 6Oak panel to conceal the kitchen extractor fan
Workshop 3Console brackets
Workshop 1My husband and one of our employees, inspecting the glazed cupboard doors

1 The famous La Cornue Château cooker

Workshop 2Making of the kitchen cabinet doors

7Kitchen isle installed

Workshop 5Kitchen isle in progress
Workshop 8Kitchen isle corner supports

11Kitchen faucets by Volevatch

Workshop 4Montage of the kitchen in the workshop of LEFEVRE INTERIORS
Workshop 7Ready to leave our workshop
Montage 1
Montage of the kitchen in our client’s home
Montage 2

Finished kitchen
A special thank you goes to our clients Mr and Mrs D. for their confidence in our company and their appreciation for the Belgian craftsmanship.

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