GUIDE PRICE: Kitchen £30k+
This beautiful period property features both a lovely bay window overlooking the side garden and french doors out onto the balcony overlooking the rear garden so the kitchen is flooded with light, a wonderful opportunity for the owners to go dark on the cabinetry colour for the island and range cooker furniture, painted in a Paint and Paper Library monochrome palette of Charbon and Capucin. The aged brass tone of the Corston handles and Perrin and Rowe tap add a touch of warmth to the otherwise cool palette. The island, although slim, has room for casual seating, whilst also giving extra worktop and storage space and creates a focal point in the kitchen with the feature brass and glass pendant above. Open shelving above the range cooker provides an opportunity for displaying some individual pieces and the oak tones in beautifully with the original stripped pine floorboards and restored glazed storage cabinet in the dining area. The worktop around the Belfast sink follows the shape of the pretty bay window giving a useful extra deep worktop. Keeping the tall run of cabinets and sink run in the off white paint colour adds to the lovely airy feel of the room.