Anstruther House - Fisherman's Cottage, Scotland
This project was in a small village on the east coast of Fife. The cottage was originally a fisherman’s bothy and had been in the client’s family for many years. The property had spectacular sea views.
The kitchen is practical as well as working as a piece of furniture rather than standard kitchen units. The reclaimed French oak used in the project and design of the island emulates the outside environment.
Copper handles made from the original copper pipework at the property
Reclaimed French oak railway carriage paneling for island, cabinets and tall cupboards
Reclaimed iloko hardwood laboratory worktop for work surfaces
Aga Cooker, integrated steam oven and fridge concealed within the island
Designed in collaboration with the clients and architect
“This is our second Ian Dunn Kitchen and we wouldn’t hesitate to use the company again. Our Fife kitchen was very challenging and Ian and Jacqui took it in their stride. Our kitchen is wonderful.”
Photographs by David Morris
This property was featured in the prominent lifestyle magazines Coast Homes, Homes and Interiors Scotland and The Guardian.