Best of the British Kitchen

Best of the British Kitchen

Claire Bock
May 23, 2012

Despite the not-always-glowing reviews that British cooking sometimes evokes (or at least used to evoke), British kitchens are something to take inspiration from. Their storage solutions, space planning and innovative materials are ideas to carry over into your own kitchen.

Top Row:
1. The open kitchen plan began in England as a backlash against the closed off kitchens of the Victorian era. Elle Décor
2. A clean and simple kitchen right off of the garden makes farm to table cooking a reality. Living Etc
3. Kelly Hoppen makes a bold choice of kitchen seating with a hanging bubble chair. Metropolitan Home
4. A glazed tile backsplash frames the La Cornue stove in this London townhouse. Elle Décor
5. Basement Kitchens are commonplace in England, but they don't have to be dreary. Beautiful Kitchens

Bottom Row:
6. Skylights and colorful furniture brighten up the grey cabinetry and walls. Houzz
7. Dining is at the center of this kitchen, with the functioning kitchen lined up against the back wall. Living Etc
8. A plain white kitchen with a traditional British Aga stove, feminized with pink doors. Homes and Gardens
9. A glass backsplash brings light via reflection into a once dark galley kitchen. 25 Beautiful Homes
10. Rachel Ashwell combines her trademark cozy accents with a clean and modern kitchen. Decor8

(Images: as linked above)

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