Essential considered cabinetry design and configuration; whether laundering or prepping for the masses.
Part of a whole house cabinetry project, designed by Jamie Strachan of Hip Creative Consulting, for a newly renovated family home set in the Cotswolds Countryside. The Winstone Farm utility and scullery were carefully configured to ensure ample storage, prep space and laundry facilities for busy family life. Classic Shaker in-frame cabinetry with antique brass ironmongery, granite worktops and natural limestone tiles sits below open shelving in both natural oak and hand painted finishes.
Client designed cabinetry takes on a beautiful simple form. In-frame flat panelled cabinetry is hand painted in deep blue and complemented by brass Buster and Punch ironmongery. The reduced height ‘tall’ cabinet sits into the eaves line and is finished with a flat cornice. Under counter cabinets are staggered back to maximise workspace in this narrow utility space.
The utility room at Russet House was designed by Fiona Parke of Johnston Parke Interiors. Hand painted, traditional in-frame cabinetry, exhibits a scribed plinth and slate worktop. The space is finished with timber-bracketed open-shelving and matt black metal button pulls.