Exposed brickwork leads the eye into the garden, creating a rustic feel at one end of the kitchen, while walnut veneer floating shelves and cabinetry contrast against an antique table and chairs. Glass pendants provide overhead lighting, highlighting the textured effect of the flooring.
1/8 Practical layout
Cooke & Lewis
A curved wall, painted in a light taupe, softens the overall look and enhances the feeling of space. A chaise longue, rustic oak table and garden chairs in the kitchen add a sense of relaxation and comfort. These touches also provide contrast to the practical, single run of base cupboards.
3/8 Dining area
4/8 Cooking area
This dishwasher is fully integrated, so that the lines of the cabinetry remain uninterrupted.
6/8 Sink area
A removable grill keeps the base of the sink clear at all times and minimises scratches.
7/8 Knife holder
Held by a magnetic strip, these knives are easily at hand when cooking.
8/8 Utensil drawer
The reclaimed wood drawers in the dining table have been customised by adding wood dividers to house cutlery.
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Thea Babington-Stitt is the Assistant Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for nearly 10 years.
She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.
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