Working with Westbury Garden Rooms is always the dream and this HM project in Weybridge, Surrey was no different. Westbury Garden Rooms design, plan and manufacture bespoke glazed and timber buildings including orangeries, conservatories, garden rooms, kitchen extensions and pool houses. Founded in 1988 by Jonathan Hey, Westbury remains a family run business based in Essex, working across the UK and internationally.
Humphrey Munson was commissioned to design the kitchen, pantry, boot room and utility room and we also supplied the Brampton natural limestone from HM Flooring Library which spans the entire area.
Within the kitchen the main focal point is a huge false chimney to house the Lacanche Chalonnais range cooker positioned centrally with wall cabinetry either side and storage below. Opposite is the main storage run with the classic stainless steel Sub-Zero fridge freezer flanked by a crockery cupboard and an everyday pantry.
The island acts as the main prep area with the huge Kohler deerfield sink positioned centrally with the Quooker boiling water tap. The integrated dishwasher and pull out bin are also located here together with a Fisher & Paykel CoolDrawer.
The utility room – or ‘engine room’ as the clients call it – has everything you need for washing and drying, including a thermostatically controlled drying cupboard. We also designed and installed the boot room cabinetry in the hallway from the backdoor and garage which has masses of open and closed storage as you come in from outside.
These photographs show the Westbury orangery extension at the project and how the beautiful sliding doors open out onto the garden and swimming pool beyond.
Noted below is the design specification for the kitchen for reference:
Cabinetry design: Nickleby
Cabinetry interior finish: Portobello Oak
Hardware: Tetterby handles & Hexham knobs
Hardware finish: Aged Brass
Perimeter cabinetry: HM ‘Half Windsor’
Island: HM ‘Bowler Black’
Pantry: HM ‘Top Hat’
CRL Knightsbridge quartz worktops
Antique effect mirror splashback
Lighting: Jim Lawrence
Counter Stools: Timothy Oulton