A stunning renovation project to match the beauty of this ‘Arts and Crafts’ style home
The Exposed Oak fronts in this kitchen capture the striking natural grain of this beautiful material. Oak cabinets are a superb way to ensure your kitchen is truly unique as no two pieces will be exactly the same.
Floor-to-ceiling, Shaker cabinets on the adjacent wall maximise the storage space in this compact kitchen. They provide a haven for pots, pans, crockery and clutter and can even be designed to hide appliances to keep valuable worktop space free. The cream painted doors reflect natural light throughout the kitchen keeping the room bright and airy.
Creating a long run of adjacent cabinets draws the eye to the beautiful garden beyond, creating an illusion of space. This beautiful renovation seen on ‘George Clarke’s Old House, New Home’ proves how simple and easy it can be to update or reconfigure your existing kitchen cabinets using our Naked Doors.
As seen on 'George Clarke's Old House, New Home'
Photographer: Daniela Exley: instagram.com/beetspulseandthyme