Wow! Today’s Old World kitchen is truly unique with custom cabinetry and beautiful stone finishes. While this might not be the modern kitchen you’d prefer in your own home, you can’t deny its bespoke appeal.
This London kitchen by Tim Moss enjoys plenty of work surfaces and storage areas, not to mention some of its antique touches.
The scullery proudly displays a collection of copper jelly molds. And for the record, a scullery is larger than a butler’s pantry and is another small kitchen within itself.
From the scullery, you can view the dining table in the main kitchen area. A scullery is typically located right off the kitchen and is not accessible from the rest of the house.
Gorgeous stone floors run throughout the Old World kitchen – and you can’t deny the beauty of this custom cabinet. Sigh. I would much rather have this type of craftsmanship in my kitchen than standard builder’s cabinets.
More gorgeousness is found in creamy tones. The rounded ends give the space a somewhat organic appeal.
Although the windows are small, the kitchen feels bright due to the light, creamy finishes. What a wonderful space for cooking and baking! I’ll take this over a modern kitchen anyday!
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