Britannia News


Kitchen case study: a stainless steel range cooker in an oak kitchen

27TH MARCH 2012
A stainless steel range cooker is a timeless choice for any kitchen.

Perhaps stainless steel is mostly associated with contemporary kitchens and modern appliances. This kitchen, however, shows how oak cabinets and a stainless steel range cooker combine well to create a classic look that won’t go out of fashion soon.

Richard Rench of Cotteswood Kitchens (a kitchen manufacturer with showrooms in Amersham and Chipping Norton) comments on the kitchen: “Designing this kitchen was quite a challenge as we had to work around the large, existing arched window. The range cooker had to be positioned against an inside wall and we created a kitchen island for additional preparation area plus seating of course.”

He continues: “The 110cm Dynasty range cooker was chosen because we know Britannia cookers are robust and well built. This cooker also offers a lot of capacity with two ovens, a grill compartment plus 6 burners and a stainless steel hotplate. We also felt that the simple lines of the Dynasty match the cabinets of our Revival design well.”

Would you like to create a similar look?

Kitchen cabinets: A mixture of painted Verdegris and character oak
Work surface: 30mm Honed Zimbabwe Black granite
Range cooker: 110cm Dynasty range cooker in stainless steel
Cooker hood: a canopy hood built into the chimney mantle

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