Step inside this soft green and cream traditional kitchen

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Bespoke oak furniture is spray-painted in a soft-green hue.The walls boast striking flint panels, which are original features that have been restored to their former glory. Classic terracotta tiles adorn the floor.

Kitchen design and cabinetry
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Fired Earth

1/8 Country-style cabinetry

kitchen with cabinet and sink

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2/8 Island unit

kitchen with cabinet

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Two large pan drawers and cupboards at the sides of the island provide extra storage space. Durable granite has a bird's beak riser profile to add depth.

Stone Cutters

3/8 Worktop bin

worktop bin

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Worktop bin

A flush-fitted waste bin breaks up the work surface on the island unit. Incorporating a waste chute into a worktop means peelings can be disposed of quickly and neatly when cooking.

For a similar worktop bin

4/8 Oak doors

oak doors

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These unusual cupboard doors sit either side of the oven and have been built to look like tray stores. Oak door knobs emphasise the room's country feel.

5/8 Dresser


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The tulipwood and oak dresser unit houses crockery and disguises the stairs that protrude directly into the room.

6/8 Carved features

carved features

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The carved cockerel inlays in this dresser add a personal touch that reflects the farmhouse feel of this kitchen.

7/8 Aga

aga two oven

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A two-oven cream Aga keeps this country-style kitchen cosy. A cast-iron hanging rack provides easy access to utensils, as well as enhancing the traditional feel of the room.

Range cooker

8/8 Sink area

sink area

(Image credit: Future PLC/James Underton)

The double-bowl sink has a 'pie crust' front and works well with the swan-neck filter tap.

Ribchester Butler sink from Shaws of Darwen
Corinthian Triflow tap from Franke

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Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 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.