Cosy Shaker Kitchen in Kemble

by Nicky Spear

This Cotswold stone house in Kemble was the location for a small but surprisingly spacious and cosy Shaker kitchen.  Having knocked down the internal walls to create an open plan living space for themselves and their two sons, Ben and Lou wanted to keep the number of cabinets down to a minimum whilst retaining ample storage for the family.  We built an enormous generic lamisil cost larder cabinet enabling the entire remainder of the kitchen to consist of an island and two range side cabinets.

Project Information

Paint

Farrow & Ball: Plummet 272

Worktop:

Oak

Appliances

Range – Supplied by client, 1000mm model
Sink – Clearwater Stereo double bowl
Tap – Supplied by client

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