Grade II Georgian Town HouseTraditional Kitchen, Cornwall
Bespoke in-frame kitchen painted in Farrow and Ball Blue Grey 91 a beautiful blue,grey colour chosen to compliment the Gazinni Space Green tiles. A faux chimney breast was constructed around the Aga with a chunky shelf to create a more traditional kitchen style
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Build in a pull-out pantry If you’ve got a free space on a stud wall in your kitchen, you might be able to build in a niche for your dream, pull-out pantry. Speak to a carpenter about your options and consider the size carefully – as a rule of thumb, a pantry any wider than 400mm will feel too heavy to pull. With access from both sides, it is the perfect home for everyday cooking items such as spice jars, canned goods, oils and jars of dried foods.
Pull out a larderLarders aren’t just for big kitchens – you might be able to fit one into a small room, too. In this narrow space, the designer has made use of the wall by creating a tall recess. A slimline cupboard has been installed inside, which maximises the space with its internal pull-out pantry. The door is flush to the wall to create a streamlined finish, but when it emerges from the alcove, it reveals masses of storage.