Cream and oak kitchen

Mr and Mrs Clancy

The decision was easy!

Tom Howley’s design stood out because it simply looked the best. The island provides large amounts of storage space and the light oak doors are the perfect match to the floor in the adjacent dining area. The overall feeling is one of symmetry and attention to detail.

Shaker – Cream Kitchen

This cream Shaker style kitchen coupled with black granite worktops provides a traditional charming feel.Extra touches include the internal oak cabinets and a couple of handcrafted wicker baskets within the island.

14. Colourful Appliances

This kitchen demonstrates a great tip for those who want to use colour in their country kitchen but would rather not splash it allover their walls and units. Coloured appliances add interest, but are less in your face than bright walls and doors.

Choosing a Kitchen Colour Scheme

The kitchen colour scheme you choose including the choice of paint for the walls, the colour of kitchen cabinetry, worktops and flooring are all vitally important because colour defines whether a kitchen will ‘work’ and also impacts dramatically on a kitchen’s ‘mood’ or ambience. We appreciate that not everyone has a blank canvas to start from when designing a kitchen and there are other factors that influence kitchen colour and style choice, including the following:-

Sandringham Oak Painted Range

Sandringham Oak Painted Range of Furniture with a special introductory offer of up to OFF but hurry this offer is for a limited time only! This is country style furniture for your living dining room which is finished in beautiful cream colour with Oak Top.