Tiverton BoneTransitional Kitchen
Tiverton Bone is a truly timeless classic that will never date. These stunning shaker style doors are crafted with solid oak frames, veneer centre panels and softly painted with a bone white eggshell finish. Choose wooden flooring and worktops for a warm and welcoming note.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Double up“A well-functioning home is one that can easily adapt to the ever-changing needs of life – and family life in particular,” Denise says. “Flexibility is important, whether that’s creating a space for children to do homework to free up your kitchen, or designating an area for older kids to hang out with their friends, so you can reclaim the living room. “Having rooms that are multi-functional makes the layout of a property more flexible,” she says, “and that’s the key to making your home work well.”Kia recommends you stick to two functions for each room to avoid compromising on every feature. “If you want a spare bedroom that also functions as a study, that works,” she says. “But if you want a spare bedroom that’s a guest room, but also a study, gym, meditation space and secondary wardrobe, the room is only ever going to be 20 percent functional as any of those things.”