Cotswold Chapel Kitchen

by Nicky Spear

Originally built as a private chapel to the adjacent country house and estate this beautiful little dwelling in Painswick is these days a house in its own right.  Divided into small spaces but with incredibly high ceilings and so much grand original character, the challenge here was to design a kitchen that accommodated a family of 6 whilst sitting proportionately in the room without overcrowding it.  A heavy palette of colours and textures with Farrow & Ball Down Pipe and Chappell Green paint blending beautifully with Slate, Limestone and plenty of exposed Oak result in a timeless kitchen that feels like stepping back 200 years to a simpler age.

 

Project Information

Paint:

Base unitsFarrow & Ball Down Pipe No 26
Wall units – Farrow & Ball Chappell Green No 83

Worktop:

Perimeter – Oak
Splash-back – 
Sinai Pearl limestone & Slate

Appliances

Range – Cream Rayburn
Fridge Freezer – Smeg Retro Fridge Freezer – FAB32LFN cream
Dishwasher – Miele Dishwasher – G4960VI
Sink – Double Belfast Shaws 800 SCLD800
Taps – Mercati Perrin & Rowe Bibcock taps in Pewter

Other

Tiles – Sinai Pearl limestone & Slate
Flooring – Flagstone Sinai pearl antigue limestone – Ms Stone

Wall Paint Colour 1Farrow & Ball Chappell Green
Wall Paint Colour 2 – Unknown

Testimonial for Dawn and James Dart's Kitchen

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