With a calming, neutral colour scheme and fresh white cupboards, this idyllic country kitchen combines cosy and rustic, with practical and simple work spaces.
Contrasting wooden surfaces, exposed brick and original cladding, bring charm and a traditional cottage feel, with plentiful storage and open shelving to store and display.
With off-white worktops and plenty of natural light, this lovely kitchen blends together tranquillity and style, with organised and spacious work spaces. This practical space includes generous storage, plenty of cupboard’s and larder. Scrubbed pine floors match the warm wooden worktops, with a rustic ceramic sink and vintage brass taps, to create a homely kitchen in London.
The client really wanted wood panelling on the walls, but couldn’t find any ‘off the shelf’. They searched high and low and in the end fell in love with some wood panelling that they found at Audley End stables. They took measurements and cut it themselves with a router out of 9mm ply. Cupboards and wall panels painted in Farrow and Ball strong White.
The lighting is an industrial machinist lamp from one of their favourite antique shops Otto antiques. The final design really fits in with the period of the house and the kitchen. Although it’s all new, the kitchen has a lived in look and feel which family members and visitors seem to love and have commented on.
All cupboards: British Standard Cupboards Individual cupboards start from £465 per unit. An average sized British Standard kitchen costs In the region of £8,000.