18TH CENTURY MANOR HOUSE TRADITIONAL SHAKER KITCHEN

An incredible 18th-century Cotswold country manor house, lovingly restored in the style of its heritage with kitchen, pantry and utility rooms in separate adjacent spaces.  The brief for the kitchen was to reflect the building with hand built cabinets using traditional materials.

18th century manor house kitchen with flagstone flooring and vintage side table

The Brief

We added a small beaded moulding to the Oak frames and used plenty of exposed Oak which we darkened bringing out the natural tannins in the wood.  The units were then hand painted using historical hand mixed paints from the Paper and Paints company.  We completed the look, with a nod to the 21st century, with ultra-modern concrete worktops and an Everhot electric range cooker.

Our clients are enjoying their kitchen and will feedback soon

Project Information

Materials

Perimeter worktop – Concrete
Centre Island worktop
 – Aged Oak- darkened with Ammonia.

Perimeter unit paint colour – Paper & Paints HC 12 Egyptian Grey.
Centre Island paint colour – Paper & Paints SC 380 Pure Grey 10.

Appliances

Range – Existing Everhot
Oven – Bosch steam oven – HBC24D553B
Fridge Freezer – Existing
Dishwasher – Neff S51M63X2GB dishwasher
Microwave – AEG MC2664E-W Built-in Solo Microwave
Sink – Shaws Classic Belfast 600 sink
Tap – Tre Mercati French classic tap
Warming Drawer – Bosch  HSC1406521B

Designer

Project Designer: Sam Shaw

Other

Tiles – Metro tiles, supplied by client
Flooring – Imported from a French Chateau, supplied by client.
Wall Paint Colour – Unknown, supplied by client

Photography

Charlie O’Beirne of Lukonic.com

As Seen In

The Telegraph

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