In this north country farmhouse, we have transformed what was a dreary kitchen into a bright and colourful space. As this is a period property, ceilings are undulating but the bespoke made cabinetry sits seamlessly, continuing close to the ceiling to maximise storage space. The cabinets are classic, plain fronted and hand painted createing a soft, tactile feel to the kitchen. The Aga is backed by a colourful ceramic tiles, its bright colour complementing the island. A traditional dresser was also created to house food and crockery, hidden behind bi-fold doors. Cabinetry in the adjacent utility/boot room complements the kitchen with Oak bench seat and shoe shelves hat and coat rail.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
'Open' storage is a nice idea, but it is just never going to work in practice. I think I need 7 drawers....1 each for all members of family, 1 for guests, 1 for dog stuff, 1 for gardening stuff.? Would be nice if drawer could hold a school bag and a couple of pairs of shoes.