Sociable family livingCountry Kitchen, Oxfordshire

Teddy Edwards Goodwood bespoke kitchen range.

The furniture is farmed with a flat centre panel and molded rails and stiles. The kitchen is pained in house warm grey with a tall larder, wine cooler housing and breakfast bar in bleached walnut.

Design ideas for a rural kitchen in Oxfordshire. —  Houzz
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adelia85 wrote:9 February 2015
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    Teddy Edwards
    Hi adelia85,

    I'm really sorry I don't have that information from the client, I believe I'm right in saying though that it was a natural Limestone flooring sourced locally.

    Teddy Edwards
  • PRO
    The kitchen looks great!

    Although nothing can replace the beauty of natural stone, there are many manufacturers producing look-a-likes of natural stone tiles now. Something similar can be found however, I would highly recommend sticking with full bodied porcelain (instead of ceramic or ceramic mix) as it tends to be much stronger. You may find something similar on such as the lounge tiles or the Crossover Argento which are both different effects in grey. Hope this helps.
domvics wrote:14 September 2014
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    Divine Lighting Ltd
    these are Nordlux's Green Funk Shade with Nordlux's White suspension. I work for Nordlux's UK distributor Divine Lighting. Please email me on if you would like more info!
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    Divine Lighting Ltd
    PS, great image!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cheryl Freedman added this to 12 Breakfast Bars With Coffee Shop Appeal23 January 2015

Zone with pendantsLow-slung pendants have become the de rigueur way to mark out a breakfast bar. Hung over an island unit, they provide softer lighting for cooking and entertaining than harsh spots. In this country-esque domestic haven, the pea green shades add a fresh, vibrant edge. Note also how the stools have been squeezed in around two sides of the island to accommodate big family breakfasts.

Jo Simmons added this to What to Consider Before Hanging Pendant Lights16 December 2014

Try odd not even‘We always advise people to hang odd numbers of lights,’ says Luke. ‘Go for three or five. It’s an unwritten design rule and just looks better.’Read why three is better than two

What Houzz users are commenting on:

peggy kokes added this to Kitchen Lighting1 May 2019

Will need pops of color against all the black.

shadypine added this to McFall7 January 2019

butcher block around island granite.

Julie Heitman added this to webuser_897863270's ideas2 January 2019

I like the breakfast bar wrapping around so people can look at each other

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