Industrial Chic kitchenCountry Kitchen, Edinburgh

An open plan kitchen/diner and living space in this barn conversion. Inspiration for cabinetry colours and counter top textures were picked from the original barn stone wall to create a homely and comfortable look.

This is an example of a large country kitchen/diner in Edinburgh with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, quartz worktops, stainless steel appliances, travertine flooring, an island and a submerged sink. —  Houzz
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linda6070 wrote:25 October 2016
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    Alice Sparks Ltd
    4 years ago


    please email me i can assist you ,

    thank you


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    Christopher Howard
    4 years ago

    Hello. These lights are St. Ives Eye down lights from Garden Trading.

    Best wishes,


N DH wrote:23 April 2016
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    Christopher Howard
    4 years ago

    Hi there. These colours were mixed by us. We offer a truly bespoke service!

kashbaa wrote:25 March 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Amanda Pollard added this to Wall Units, Shelves or Nothing: Which is Best for Your Kitchen?4 January 2017

    Highlight raw materialsIn a room with architectural features on show, it’s a good idea to leave the walls clear. The exposed stone in this kitchen looks stunning and it would have been a shame to cover it with cabinets or shelves. If your walls have some interesting elements on them, consider leaving them blank to give your room more character.Do you prefer wall units, open shelves or blank space? Share your thoughts and ideas in the Comments below.

    Jo Simmons added this to Kitchen of the Week: Industrial Chic in a Scottish Barn Conversion16 March 2016

    Kitchen at a GlanceWho lives here A professional couple and their two teenage sonsLocation The east coast of ScotlandProperty A converted cattle barn with 4 bedroomsSize The kitchen sits in a 12.1m x 4.7m open-plan space Designer Alison Howard of Christopher HowardThe kitchen is part of a large, open-plan space, with a dining area and casual seating at the opposite end. Underfloor heating keeps the walls free of radiators and limestone flooring runs throughout to create a seamless feel.Discover 9 clever ways to zone an open-plan space

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    HU-90346316 added this to Kitchen Lighting6 days ago

    Suggestion of diff lights over table vs island

    HU-507133545 added this to My Project11 February 2021

    Like stone wall by butcher block countertop

    Selina Westbury added this to kitchens30 January 2021

    proves the navy grey mix works?

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