Converted Malthouse: artisan-built kitchen
Following extensive refurbishment, the owners of this converted malthouse replaced their small and cramped 70s style kitchen with a leading edge yet artisan-built kitchen that truly is the heart of the home
The solid wood cabinets contrast beautifully with the sandstone floor and the large cooking hearth, with the island being the focus of this working kitchen.
To complement the kitchen, Hill Farm also created a handmade table complete with matching granite top. The perfect place for a brew!
Photo: Clive Doyle
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Empty kitchen cupboards and drawersFirst, take everything out of your cabinets and place the contents on a table or your benchtop. “Physically handling each item forces you to make decisions about keeping, donating or discarding,” says Karen Duncan, a professional organiser based in Florida, US.
Think smallDon’t just consider the larger items when planning storage, but remember the minutiae of small packets and bottles and how the insides of your cupboards and drawers are organised. Here, pull-out shelves in a larder mean you can always see what’s hiding at the back. Many problems we associate with chaotic kitchen storage come down to the wasteland that is the backs of cupboards, or overstuffed drawers not being accessible enough or easy to clean.