We moved the kitchen from the back of this large Edwardian house to one of the more generous principal rooms.
Our brief was based on a period design but with fresh colours. We wanted to create a practical and relaxed room that didn't look contrived. The kitchen is blessed with a pantry next door and adjoins the dining room, making this a real family space.
The room centres around an early nineteenth-century elm farmhouse preparation table and a tall bespoke Bath-style dresser, showcasing a collection of early Wedgwood and English delft china. We also created a fantastic display using an array of decorated bottles to add colour and interest.