So the kitchen needed to work well with the outside. The colours, the simple shaker style, the oak details, the limestone floor. Harmony comes to mind. The French doors for example, hardly noticed really. Finished in anthracite grey, slim details, opening as wide as possible.
On a sunny Easter morning. A lazy late breakfast in a private setting. Bliss. All that time spent getting it right really pays off.
The house is stunning. It is timber framed, jettied at the first floor sitting in really pretty rural surroundings. The kitchen opens onto a York stone patio designed interior designer Alexis Wylie. She has used some brick and shingle details to add some contrasting materials. This then runs into lawns and majestic oak trees and on into wilder areas.