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“This was a very tricky project technically, but the owner had a really clear idea of how she wanted it to look,” says Maria Pennington, who designed this striking kitchen and Ready Made Cabinets seating space in an Edwardian home in west London. The owner had drawn up sketches of an S-shaped configuration, incorporating a kitchen, breakfast bar and generous sofa in one continuous, flowing design. Many kitchen companies she approached would not take on the design of the sofa, but Pennington, who runs her own design business, was happy to embrace the challenge and piece together the design. “I refined her drawings and had it all made to suit the space,” she says. "Photos by Neil Speakman The house was being gutted and renovated when Pennington was called in to Ready Made Cabinets rethink the kitchen. “When I first visited, the kitchen was bright yellow!” she says. The kitchen space itself is fairly compact but designed to maximize the available room so that the owner can fit in all the essentials. One of the owner’s key specifications was that the design look seamless and uniform. “She didn’t want it to be: Here’s a seating area, there’s a kitchen, there’s a breakfast bar,” Pennington says. “So we had to use a material that unified the two spaces. I suggested Corian, as it can be made [custom] Ready Made Cabinets so it’s seamless.” The owner wanted to be able to seat eight people here. “She specifically wanted a proper sofa you could snuggle up on, rather than just a cushioned bench,” Pennington says. “I thought this might be a challenge given the space, but once we had it all made, it worked really well and is incredibly comfortable.” The sofa, not surprisingly, had to be custom-made. “We had it templated once the curved wall had been built,” Pennington says. “The curve of the sofa follows exactly the same angles and shape as Ready Made Cabinets the breakfast bar, so it’s a mirror image. The breakfast bar curve is slightly higher than the countertop to create a visual and physical divide between the two areas. “I used Silestone [in Lagoon] in the working part of the kitchen, as it’s more hard-wearing than Corian,” Pennington says. “It doesn’t scratch and is more heat-resistant.”Maria Pennington DesignCabinets go right up to the ceiling to make the most of the space. Although there’s a small walk-in pantry on the other side of the room (not seen), the owner is able to stash most of her essential kitchen equipment in here.Maria Pennington DesignThe top run of cabinets has handleless doors to keep the look streamlined and Ready Made Cabinets prevent this tall wall of storage from seeming weighty. The cabinets were sprayed with a matte lacquer. The interiors are oak. A corner cabinet with pullout shelves makes the most of an awkward recess. “There’s no wasted space here,” Pennington says. The insides of the drawers are crafted from solid oak with Ready Made Cabinets dovetailed joints."