Sustainable Kitchens - A beautiful open plan barn conversion. An open LED lit larder cupboard with amble storage and efficient ventilation painted in Farrow & Ball moles breath. The bottom shelf is a cold shelf with built in wall ventilation with the drawers below also used as cold storage for vegetables. Bringing old traditions into a a modern kitchen.
View into u-shaped kitchen with handle-less Magnolia High Gloss furniture and Ivory Coast Silestone worktops. Left of centre, Neff induction hob, beneath Neff extractor hood in stainless steel centred on back wall of kitchen. To left of image, tall units, housing Neff ovens and warming drawer. To right of image, base units only, with long glass splashback and narrow shelf above. Stainless steel effect plinth at floor level, with tiny inset LED lights, and oak flooring.
Curved units open up a small kitchen, creating the illusion of space. Good storage is essential, so always tailor internal cupboard storage to maximise space. Wooden worktops add rustic charm and suit both modern and traditional schemes.
Real stone flooring If you're after a rustic look, real stone flooring is a winner. It looks fab in a hallway or country-style kitchen and when laid in a random pattern, using flagstones in a range of sizes for a relaxed look. Read more at http://www.housetohome.co.uk/room-idea/picture/flooring-ideas-10-of-the-best/2#s7ZKkwHtp5CWEYyt.99
Honestly, I must have been a rug dealer in a past life. Or at least that's what I tell myself as the saga of rug hoarding continues in our household. My latest project? Our kitchen. I've been desperately searching for the perfect runner to enhance my favorite room in the house. And really, there's