KitchensTraditional Kitchen, London

Sloane Square No.92 External Wall Cabinet.
Archway House No.106 External Base Cabinets.
Leadenhall No.118 Larder Exterior.
Kitchen by Smallbone of Devizes.
Smallbone’s Beaconsfield showroom.

Classic grey and cream kitchen pantry in London with shaker cabinets, grey cabinets and medium hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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roses92682Rosemarie Guardi wrote:2 May 2016
  • ianthy
    5 years ago

    I like it too. I am hoping to create something similar for our new kitchen using Ikea cupboards.

  • PRO
    5 years ago


    Thanks for getting in touch. Smallbone of Devizes are the ones that made the kitchen. Here is their website:

nos1laoknos1laok wrote:24 July 2016
  • PRO
    4 years ago


    Thank you for getting in touch, the darker cabinet is Leadenhall No. 118 by Mylands . The walls I believe are Sloane Square No.92.

    All our paints are available in Marble Matt emulsion, Wood & Metal Matt, Eggshell and Gloss; Floor Paint and Exterior Masonry.

    Many thanks

    Mylands Social Team

livingstone15Toby Penheligon wrote:28 October 2015
  • PRO
    5 years ago


    Thanks for getting in touch. The paint is by Mylands from our Colours Of London collection. The top of the Kitchen cabinets is Sloane Square No.92, the base isArchway House No.106. The larder is Leadenhall No.118. They come in all our finishes: Marble Matt, Wood & Metal Matt, Eggshell (which is what has been used in the kitchen) or Gloss, Floor paint and Exterior Masonry.


    Many thanks,

    Mylands Social Team.

roses92682Rosemarie Guardi wrote:2 May 2016
    hmunnishmunnis wrote:23 March 2016

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Victoria Harrison added this to 11 Kitchen Storage Ideas that are Strangely Soothing20 June 2018

      Perfectly tailored shelvesThe owner of this larder cupboard must walk around in a state of bliss, because this is one beautifully organised food storage system. Every inch has been utilised, with storage baskets for loose items, shelves for tins and packets, and door racks for small bottles and spices. Even the labels match up and face straight forwards. There’s no mixing of crockery and food stuffs in this kitchen, either. Generous cupboards to the left house stacks of neat white crockery, while drawers below are just waiting for rows of gleaming silverware to be neatly lined up, leaving the pantry cupboard free for all those beautiful food packets, tins and jars. Bliss.

      Victoria Harrison added this to Is This The Most Desirable Kitchen Feature Right Now?27 November 2017

      They bring out the neat freak in us allThe most saved photos on Houzz have been kitchen storage solutions for several years running now and 2017 is no exception. At the time of writing, this beautifully organised pantry cupboard was the third most saved photo in the UK this year. Is it the beautifully organised shelves and baskets that appeal to so many of you? The floor-to-ceiling storage? The slim dimensions? Perhaps it’s a mix of all three that’s such a winning combination, because a staggering 320,000 of you have saved this image into your ideabooks.

      What Houzz users are commenting on:

      Betty Harper added this to Mudroom3 days ago

      Love the in-door storage where things can't get hidden

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