Country KitchenTraditional Laundry Room, London

Belfast sink area with integrated dish washer and pull out bins

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lynne wrote:Dec 15, 2014
  • lhottel

    can you please provide the brand and model of the faucet?

  • Denise Heitmann

    Is it the farm sink? Or is a butler sink different?

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Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to Dream Spaces: 10 Ideas for a Get-It-Done Utility RoomJan 27, 2017

6. Zone the area. If your utility space is part of your kitchen, use paneling or paint to define the zone. Here, the half-height tongue-and-groove gives the area a country look and also helps to protect the walls against scuffs and chips.

Sheila Schmitz added this to Duck Egg Blue, the Friendliest Color AroundJul 22, 2014

Create a classic country feel. Duck egg blue is a much-used shade in country schemes, and it works particularly well in a Shaker-style kitchen. When used on all surfaces, the shade can read as a little cloying, but it’s easy to avoid the effect. Simply follow this pared-back kitchen’s lead and team it with white and wooden flooring for a fresher look. Solid, attractive fittings, such as this Butler sink, help to ground the shade and give it a utilitarian vibe.See more of this kitchenPaint: Celestial Blue, Little Greene

Vanessa Brunner added this to Design Workarounds Update an English Heritage KitchenAug 19, 2013

Once the clients finish eating at the island, they can take everything to this sink, dishwasher and trash nook for cleanup. Once the dishes are clean, they can put them in the storage area directly across from the sink. The design might not be for everyone, but these clients wanted to keep the two areas separate while maintaining the original layout, so they didn't mind having to walk a few paces to the sink. The distance from the range to the sink is about 12 feet — similar to what it'd be in other, larger kitchens. "The flow around the kitchen work triangle works really well," says Pearce. "Although it may take a few steps to get from, say, the range to the sink, its an easily unnoticeable distance." Sink: Shaws of Darwen

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Nicole Cottrell added this to Southington RdAug 9, 2019

Duck egg blue for play room north facing

archie08 added this to archie08's ideasFeb 10, 2019

Love the colour Which paint company has the colour

Tim Marsh added this to Retirement HomeFeb 10, 2019

Big porcelain sink: The butler’s sink – or farmhouse or Belfast sink, whatever you like to call it – is a great option when building a more traditional kitchen. They have huge capacity and some unique ergonomic advantages too – since there’s no front benchtop rail, you can stand right over them. They’re traditionally made from porcelain or fireclay; fireclay offers a harder finish that is more resistant to chipping.

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