Traditional In-frame Kitchen In Painted Sage Grey and White


This kitchen design uses the style In-Frame Painted Sage Grey & White. This large, family kitchen has been designed using in-frame painted doors on Lissa Oak cabinets. A U-shape layout with a large central island provides plenty of storage space, with large worktop areas for food preparation and cooking.

Traditional In-frame Kitchen

The combination of two colours, Sage Grey & White, work perfectly together, with solid oak floors providing a great contrast with the polished ‘Yukon’ Silestone worktops.

The back wall features a bank of tall units, which incorporate a Neff USA style side-by-side fridge freezer, ‘slide & hide’ single oven with microwave and warming drawer (also from Neff).

The sink area comprises a Sudbury ceramic sink with a traditional tap, whilst the island unit contains a round undermount sink with Quooker hot water tap, finished in polished chrome – perfect for hot drinks and food preparation.

Inside the working matel toughened glass has been used for a splashback in ‘Heather’.

Stephen Flower

Written by Stephen Flower

Stephen is Managing Director and Senior Designer at Ashford Kitchens & Interiors. He oversees both the showrooms in Ashford, Middlesex and Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire. Stephen has over 16 years of experience in the Interior Design/Home Improvement industry. Stephen started his career with the John Lewis Partnership before joining his family business in 2010.

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