The Cotes Mill Sebastian Cox Kitchen by deVOLCountry Kitchen

Photo of a country kitchen in Other with glass-front cabinets, beige cabinets, dark hardwood flooring and an island. —  Houzz
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Victoria Harrison added this to Should I Have a Copper or Brass Worktop in My Kitchen?14 August 2018

Have you noticed more interest from homeowners?“Copper has become really popular since we introduced it in our Sebastian Cox Kitchen [see next photo] a couple of years ago,” Helen says. “It appeals to people who like their interiors to have a natural feel and a unique look. “It has a beauty that changes over time: the more you use it, the more its colour deepens and becomes almost a work of art. It also has a lovely tactile quality and understated elegance that makes it very appealing to those who want something a little different but not showy.”“We’ve had lots of interest,” Dominic says. “That and Carrara marble are the current favourites.”

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mtvbernard added this to cocina30 April 2020

diferentes tonos de madera colores freestanding furniture

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Eliseba Angela added this to Kitchen17 April 2019

Would fit perfectly in a farm house

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sophie wollocombe added this to Sophie's ideas5 March 2019

mix of shelving and units. Doesn't look too kitcheny

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HU-830601300 added this to webuser_830601300's ideas8 October 2018

Copper has become really popular since we introduced it in our Sebastian Cox Kitchen [see next photo] a couple of years ago,” Helen says. “It appeals to people who like their interiors to have a natural feel and a unique look. “It has a beauty that changes over time: the more you use it, the more its colour deepens and becomes almost a work of art. It also has a lovely tactile quality and understated elegance that makes it very appealing to those who want something a little different but not showy.” “We’ve had lots of interest,” Dominic says. “That and Carrara marble are the current favourites.”

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