Industrial Chic kitchenIndustrial Kitchen, Edinburgh

Kitchen design with large Island to seat four in a barn conversion to create a comfortable family home. The original stone wall was refurbished, as was the timber sliding barn doors.

Design ideas for a large industrial kitchen/diner in Edinburgh with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, stainless steel appliances, travertine flooring, an island, a submerged sink and beige floors. —  Houzz
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devinia_bairdDevinia Baird wrote:1 May 2016
  • Jo Green
    6 years ago

    Hi - the paint colours are Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone on walls and Elephants Breath on skirtings and door frames.

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

When Howard first saw the property, it was about midway through the conversion work. ‘It had a new roof on by then and the original stone wall had been taken down, all the stones cleaned up and the whole thing rebuilt,’ she says.The kitchen sits on one side of the house, with a generous passageway alongside it that leads to the stairs.Find photos of other rustic kitchens like this one to inspire your project.

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jennii added this to Bathrooms15 March 2022

Flooring for bathrooms (Travertine @ Topps)

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