An entertaining space through and through, this orangery extension designed and manufactured by Westbury Garden Rooms at the Pinewood House kitchen provides plenty of light and space for the Humphrey Munson kitchen and dining area which has a bespoke refectory table finished in Portobello oak (the same accent wood as the kitchen). The combination of painted cabinetry with the dark Portobello wood accent, polished nickel hardware and light quartz worktops creates a layered look and feel that ensures the space feels perfectly balanced.
To help put this remarkable space into perspective, before the extension by Westbury, the kitchen was a much smaller and darker room that was well used – but needed a new lease of life. The addition of an orangery helped to breathe new life into the space. The whole family and friends now love utilising the new space, especially in the warmer months when the orangery doors are open and you can walk straight from your kitchen and jump into the pool for a swim.
Cabinetry design: Nickleby
Cabinetry interior finish: Portobello Oak
Handles: Quilp knob
Hardware finish: Polished Nickel
Perimeter cabinetry: HM ‘Lapel’
Island: HM ‘Brolly Blue’
Pantry: HM ‘Lapel’
Worktops & Splashback
Caesarstone Frosty Carrina
Antique effect mirror splashback
Additional Furniture designed and supplied by HM
‘With three distinct ‘zones’ now taking centre stage in the family home, this open-plan kitchen and diner orangery shows how good design and quality craftsmanship can create something extraordinary. The primary desire of the room was to have a kitchen and dining space that was suited for entertaining large gatherings. The new walnut coloured orangery now sits prominently overlooking the beautiful gardens, swimming pool and grounds, and inside the room feels light, spacious, and functional. We removed internal walls and opened the interiors into a 37m² open plan living area, creating a snug, a dining area and a private home gym on the far side’ – Westbury Garden Rooms
Take a tour around the Humphrey Munson kitchen and Westbury orangery – inside and out – below: