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The cabinetry in this Colonial Kitchens design has been enhanced with period accents such as cornicing and pilasters. Chestnut-coloured composite quartz worktops and pretty cream floor tiles give a warm and welcoming feel.
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A custom-built chimney breast was created by a local carpenter to surround the stylish Rangemastercooker. It is beautifully crafted and boasts stunning carved corbels that add a feeling of authenticity to the traditional scheme.
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A mix of drop porcelain handles and pewter knobs ties in with the traditional-style cabinetry. Above, the Krokodil composite stone worktops act as a foil to the pale furniture.
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A fully integrated Siemens dishwasher is situated next to the sink, so plates can be rinsed before being loaded.
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Fruit and vegetable basket
An open shelf with a pull-out wicker basket below helps to break up the run of cabinetry. The woven wood echoes the warm cream shade of the Padova ceramic floor tiles, sourced from Topps Tiles.
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The Buttermilk cabinetry is complemented by copper-coloured composite quartz worktops that add a feeling of warmth to the kitchen. This two-tiered peninsula houses a glazed unit with integrated lighting used to display glassware.