The Raynham Kitchen
This beautiful kitchen embodies all the traditionalism of shaker design with some classic embellishments, such as aperture beading attached to the face frames and bold contrasts of colour between timeless oak and pelt purple with a neutral grey background.
The simplicity and minimalist appeal continues with stylish pewter handles and glazed panels on the upper cabinets, to reflect light and illuminate the cabinets' feature piece contents and beautiful oak interior.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
You can see everything clearly Floor-to-ceiling open shelving is popular, as it’s a practical way to store lots of items while also being an easy way to take stock of all supplies. The shallower the shelves, the less likely you are to lose things towards the back, and pale wood interiors can help cut down on dark corners.Substituting the lower shelves for pull-out baskets is a smart way of storing vegetables and perishable goods, ensuring the shelves above are free for tins, jars and longer-life items.