shown here in a polished finish and deep Ogee edge
The cabinets were made for us in England by a company called Watts & Wright.
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like this in the nook where my stove sits.
especially in a painted white finish, but they look great.
The sink. Traditionally, the sink and prep area were located in the scullery. Most sculleries have either been lost in favor of open-plan living or converted into utility rooms. Either way, the sink usually had an open plate rack above it. I
painted in a modern black. The chandelier would've been a bad idea in a practical Victorian kitchen, although I don't disagree with adding a touch of glamour in a kitchen today.