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On closer inspection, there is a lot going on in this kitchen in the home of designer @matildagoad yet everything remains well balanced.

The room feels cosy and less like a kitchen due to some more unusual elements including a table lamp on the work surface and wall lights highlighting paintings above the sink and either side of the range.

The hood of the range has been tiled straight up to the coving and around the sides making a feature of the red and cream which is then mirrored in the strum of the lampshade.

Olive green and black for the units and worktop is softened by both the limewash pink wall paint and the scallop backsplash behind the sink.

Instead of an island a wide butcher block type table has been used and the courtyard beyond has been kept instead of filled in allowing extra light and outside access from the back doors. Extra light has then been allowed in from the extra glass above the doors avoiding an overly tall door yet keeping an airy bright feeling.

There is little storage offered from the units but this is balanced by a small pantry at the back featuring a saloon style double door to save space.

Floorboards have been kept and painted a grey/off white.

Also note the single drawer pulls on the large pan draws keeping things more minimal when it comes to hardware. There are 5 different pieces of brass hardware used in this kitchen, knobs, bar handles, cup pulls, a brass and wood bar handle on what I guess is the fridge and brass finger plates on the pantry saloon doors.

The rad has been placed to the left of the door and utilised by a marble shelf above.

Floral themes are also quite apparent and make the kitchen feel both alive and ready for cooking in the lamp, the candle sconce on the wall, the jug for cooking utensils, the geranium by the door (there for light as remember annoyingly you don’t really get to choose where plants go, they do) the under counter fabric in the pantry that picks up on the greens and the deep red of the kitchen and the leafy styling on the central table.

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