An authentic country kitchen is a style statement which is rarely out of fashion. Its timeless qualities are about warmth and homeliness as well as being practical for both day to day living and large family meals.
The original country kitchen would have been made up of several freestanding items of furniture positioned for food storage, preparation and cooking and a dresser for display and storage of crockery and utilities.
This kitchen, made from painted tulipwood, has its roots in these traditions. Designed for a farmhouse in Devon, its subtle detailing complement those found in other parts of the house.
The open legs of the units mean that the fabulous slate floor is seen to extend beneath the furniture adding a feeling of space to the room. The light granite worktop serves to make the room feel spacious and airy.