Lemon Spice Granite Kitchen Worktops Teddington Middlesex

Mr and Mrs B of Teddington chose Lemon Spice from Pisani of Feltham for their new Howdens kitchen. This very strongly patterned granite is a bold and exciting choice, giving a unique look which no man-made stone could reproduce.

The windowsill is at 107mm height above the worktop, and the upstand has been continued right round the room at this slightly non-standard height.

The peninsular features 300mm curved corner cabinets, and is 1740x950mm in size, with no overhang for a breakfast bar, due to the compact overall size of the kitchen.


Howdens Easton Sink

The one-and-a-half bowl Howdens Easton sink has the square style typical of current models, although with small-radius rather than fully square corners, making cleaning easier and more effective. Notice that our cut-out corners mirror the steel beneath.

Garda Tap

The classic lines of a swan-necked tap in brushed steel – in this case the Garda from Howdens, which is almost identical to our own Curvato from the 1810 Company.

Full height granite splashback

The full-height splashback fills the wall behind the hob, showing off the striking pattern of the Lemon Spice.

Joins at the Lamona 5-Burner Hob

Due to the overall length of that run, it has joins at the Lamona five-burner hob. This allows for four small joins to replace one long one, and in a material like Lemon Spice they are very unobtrusive – see the inset detail image above, of the right hand end of the hob.

Peninsular Preparation Area

The peninsular offers a wide preparation area (there is no breakfast bar as such) which in a material like Lemon Spice is very striking.

Sink run showing matching at join

The sink run. Note how our stonemasons have worked to match the grain at the join to the right, where this run reaches the peninsular

Splashback detail

Detail of the splashback, showing how it is cut around the extractor housing.

Upstand detail

Detail of the upstand. Although it is impossible to get all the grain matching up perfectly, our masons have made the best effort possible.