Vernacular House UtilityCountry Kitchen, London

Cupboards painted in "PP11-12-13WA" (Oil Eggshell) by Paper and Paints.
Boarded wall panelling painted in "PP11-12-13AD" (Oil Eggshell) by Paper and Paints.
White farmhouse sink by Villeroy & Boch.
Tap in pewter finish by Perrin & Rowe.

This is an example of a farmhouse grey and cream kitchen in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, wood worktops, integrated appliances and dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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ashleighsmart24Ashleigh Smart wrote:17 September 2015
  • PRO
    British Standard by Plain English
    6 years ago

    Hi Ashleigh,

    Unfortunately, as we only supplied the cupboards and worktops for this project, the client chose the wall colour and we sadly do not have this information on file.

    We're sorry we cannot help you more but wish you the best of luck in your search! B/S.

  • mrquaver
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    I have very similar coloured units and wall colour. The wall colour I used was Dulux Barley Twist. A lovely combination.

maxilspacemaxilspace wrote:19 October 2014
  • Lisa Lever
    5 years ago

    Where is the rug from?

  • PRO
    British Standard by Plain English
    5 years ago


    Unfortunately, as we only provided the kitchen cupboards and worktops, we do not have any information on the flooring or rug that the clients chose for this space.

    Sorry we can't be of help, B/S

lisa_leverLisa Lever wrote:21 January 2016
  • PRO
    British Standard by Plain English
    5 years ago

    Hi Lisa

    Unfortunately, as we only supplied the kitchen, we do not know where the client sourced the rug from.

    Sorry we cannot help further in your hunt!

    B/S Team.

ds49789ds49789 wrote:28 June 2015
  • PRO
    British Standard by Plain English
    6 years ago


    We make the cupboards as an off-the-shelf range in our Suffolk workshop and are available to buy on our website, together with worktops and matching upstands.

    The colour used on the cupboards in this particular project was "PP11-12-13WA" (Oil Eggshell) by Paper and Paints.

    Please do get in touch with us again should you need further information on the cupboards. B/S.

sammilou01sammilou01 wrote:9 October 2014
  • PRO
    British Standard by Plain English
    6 years ago

    Hi, we have now managed to source the paint colour for this project which was "PP11-12-13WA" (Oil Eggshell) by Paper and Paints.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to Why It’s Worth Laying a Rug in Your Kitchen8 January 2020

Warm up your schemeAlthough this kitchen by British Standard by Plain English is already characterful, with its blue cabinets, tongue-and-groove splashback, and butler sink, it’s still a blank canvas without the accessories. The plates, wicker basket and – chiefly – that beautifully patterned rug are what bring it to life. The colours in the rug add real warmth to the cool tones of the cabinetry and tie in well with the wooden worktop. Note that this is a flatweave rug. This means it’s much easier to keep clean than a rug with a pile, since it won’t hold on to crumbs. That said, kilim rugs like this one, though usually hardwearing, typically can’t be cleaned in a washing machine. This means you’ll need to commit to frequent brushing or vacuuming, and sporadic spot-cleans and brief hose-downs outside to keep it spick and span.

Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways the Bloomsbury Group's Style Can Influence Your Interiors14 February 2017

Lay some rugsFloors at Charleston House were strewn with ethnic-style rugs. Often these would sit at the base of a chintz curtain and a patterned wallpaper, the styles mixing and melding into one. The rug here is a warm foil to the soft blue cabinets and floral blind. The group’s design studio, Omega Workshop, also produced rugs and textiles with more modern abstract designs, influenced by Cubist, Fauvist and post-impressionist artwork. Discover how to choose the right rug for your space

Cheryl Freedman added this to 14 Ways to Save Money on Your New Kitchen28 January 2017

Dispense with wall cabinetsDon’t feel you have to fill every inch of the walls with cupboards. Do you actually need stacks of storage, or would a few floating shelves and a couple of base units do you just fine? If you don’t have tons of crockery and gadgets, then simply reducing the number of cabinets is an easy way to save money when planning your kitchen. A few well-positioned shelves can also give a feeling of space, and provide a place to create a cute display.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Ian Quest added this to Newlands Utility Room3 October 2021

Appropriate look for utility. We have a double butler sink with drainer for this

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