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these appliances provide another contemporary accent in the design. “The owners’ collection of pottery and artefacts was displayed by introducing a glassfronted cabinet in the main kitchen and open shelving in the scullery,” says Hunt. “The floating shelves either side of the front cooktop are mainly for display, whereas the open cabinets in the scullery are more about speedy access. “The stainless steel benchtop in the scullery is a change from work surfaces elsewhere. Its Linen finish is pleasing to touch, gives a seamless look and resists scrapes and scratches. “Taken together, the kitchen, scullery and bar are crisp and clean, with a contemporary classic look. Touches such as the cupboard to one side of the island and the single grey cabinet in the scullery, contribute to the individual, casual style the owners wanted.” resources & more images 46323 at Above: A single charcoal grey cabinet helps avoid a uniform look in the scullery, which is almost the same size as the front kitchen. Used for prepping and cooking when the owners entertain, this space also features a sink, cooktop and refrigeration. Story by Charles Moxham Photography by Jamie Cobel another farmhouse kitchen 42335 at search | save | share at