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Fyning Copse

Rogate, Petersfield

GU31 5DH



UK +44 1730821424

US +1415307723

November 13, 2019

This one is in Hampshire, but the first thing to say is your country kitchen is a state of mind not a strict category. It’s a friendly hub, food and drink optional but recommended!

Our kitchens are a collection of unfitted furniture, antique pieces, a generous table, so...

June 1, 2018

When asked to recommend a great hob I can come up with a number of recommendations, depending on what you are looking for. Top of my personal list is the Wolf gas cooktop from the US. This is the one I am saving up for.  It comprehensively does away with two of the big...

January 28, 2018

Broken plan is a welcome tweaking of open plan to provide areas of peace and order without boxing anyone in. It is having-your-cake-and-eating-it between total openness and full compartmentalisation. Alcoves are a useful start. They sequence the space into different zo...

March 7, 2017

While a fan of generous sociable kitchens, I enjoy designing small ones too. Years ago I was asked to make a galley kitchen for a bachelor in an attic space 1.5 by 4 metres. The result was a single curved cabinet with a built-in oven and fridge, a series of small wall-...

April 15, 2016

1956 in a terraced house in Kensington and my mother decides she needs a proper-sized fridge for her growing family (three at that point, soon to be five). In post-war Britain fridges were small, furniture-like. They had legs and were pretty expensive. My dad spoke to...

August 4, 2015

Despite many futurologists over the years making twits of themselves I still believe in projecting oneself into the future and imagining how it will look and feel. It can also make good sense. Kitchens are big investments, whether designer or luxury kitchens or from th...

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