add a touch of copper
Downsizing to a smaller property gave the owners a chance to have a more contemporary kitchen, whilst adding oak to the neutral cream tones meant their existing furniture would still work well in this open plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. Sleek handleless doors keep things streamlined but the warmth of natural oak stops it all looking too clinical. A bespoke display piece on the dining room side of the peninsular features sliding oak bookmatched doors, ideal for storing crockery and glasses, whilst copper pendants and stools add a Scandinavian touch. A stainless steel tambour unit is useful for hiding away the kettle and toaster when not in use. A large larder unit with three deep drawers is ideal for storing foodstuff, nothing gets lost at the back of the cupboard now.
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What Houzzers are commenting on:
Wood units and wood floor together
only a hint of wood...in Kitchen and them wood on island
Could work well with dining adjacent
Copper lights or are they rose?