Kitchen in Barn Conversion- Rutland, LeicestershireFarmhouse Kitchen
As featured in The Sunday Times.
The owners of this period property wanted to add their own personal stamp without having to choose between design and functionality.
Hill Farm offered practical solutions without compromising on style or space – side-by-side under counter fridges, bi-fold doors with adjustable shelves, maximum work space – created from solid wood and hand painted.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
You got …Wood: Unleash your inner baker with a run of wood-clad countertops. Wood is gaining momentum as a popular countertop material, perhaps as a reaction against cold, hard, ubiquitous granite. It certainly can’t be beat for the richness it imparts to a kitchen, and with prices ranging from $30 to $100 per square foot installed, wood can be a well-priced option for those on a moderate budget.Wood is a great choice for those who are handy, because butcher block and other wood slabs are among the easiest countertop materials to cut and install. The downside of wood, though, is that it takes a good bit of maintenance to keep it looking pristine. Wipe up spills immediately and use cutting boards and trivets to protect it from damage. Also check with the manufacturer for recommendations for oiling or sealing the wood. Depending on wear and tear, you will likely need to oil or reseal the wood from one to several times a year.Learn more about wood countertops