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Duke Street

Beyond an enchanting turquoise gate, found at the end of a quiet village lane, lies a charming Grade II listed timber-framed hall, dating back to between the 16th and 17th Century. The characterful home retains many of its period features, while also offering modern day comforts. Together, the designer and homeowners have created well-proportioned zones for cooking, dining and relaxing, all within easy reach of each other. This space embraces an inviting quality, through the use of carefully considered finishings and details. Shimmery golden tiles adorn the walls behind the Aga, paired with rich, dark Railings on the cabinetry and subtle pink hue on the walls.

The cabinetry colour continues onto the walls of this kitchen through exquisitely crafted tongue and groove panelling. Natural wooden tones are abundant, found within the flooring, island worktop, preexisting ceiling beams and statement lintel sat above the Everhot, casting additional warmth to this intimate home.


Shaker style


Farrow & Ball Railings
Farrow & Ball Pink Ground 202
Farrow & Ball Oval Room Blue


Villeroy & Boch Farmhouse 80


Abode Ludlow Bridge


Colonial White
Oak block 40mm


Fired Earth Metallic Vitreum Aurum Fan

Its all in the details…

Kitchen - Churchill Brothers

“We are very pleased with our new kitchen; the standard of workmanship is excellent. Communication throughout the project has been very good”

“We are really pleased with the way the plan evolved into a high-quality installation. The quality and attention to detail was only surpassed by the skill of the various tradesmen”

“We are thrilled with the kitchen and dressing room. Your patience and hard work are greatly appreciated, as is the work of the entire team at Churchills…looking fantastic”