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scullery. But the central focus is a large island with traditional moulded panels and fluted columns and capitals on each corner. These repeat the design of the mouldings and skirting boards throughout the large open-plan living space. The sense of tradition doesn’t stop there, however. Hand-painted doors and traditional hardware and tapware all help to convey the sense of an old English kitchen from a bygone era. Similarly, a butler’s sink, subway-tiled splashback and classical profiles on the black granite Preceding pages: Full of character and charm, this new display home by Oswald Homes features a large open-plan family living space with a formal dining area and traditionally styled kitchen. Above left and left: White hand-painted cabinetry is set against French oak parquet floors. A massive island provides the main food preparation and serving area. This features traditional tapware. Top and above: The kitchen cabinetry extends to form a scullery at one end. There is also a separate walk-in cool room with a marble floor. search | save | share at 35