After completing the kitchen in this property, we were pleased to be asked back to help restore further rooms including this useful and hard-wearing gardener’s hallway.
This bright and useful space, visible through a glass panelled door to the kitchen and leading out to the garden has been finished in the same soft green pallet as the kitchen, with walls, cabinets and windows all in the same shade, giving the understated grand feel of a period property and illusion of space.
Along one side of the hallway two shallow full height cupboards have been built to house all sorts of paraphernalia associated with the kitchen and garden whilst a useful bench area has been added with coat hooks above and space for outdoor boots and shoes below. At the end of the corridor a boiler system has been hidden behind an existing old larder door.
On the opposite side of the hallway the wall has been clad with tongue and groove panelling capped with a small dado rail. A deep window sill extends the full depth of the window recess providing a splendid space for displaying china and growing herbs. The space beneath the sill allows for storage of baskets and trugs.
Simple, understated mouldings, deep skirtings, small brass door knobs and brass butt hinges provide the finishing touches.
- Hand Painted Cupboards
- Tounge & Groove Pannelling
- Larder Door
- Pantry Door
- Dado Rail
- Deep Skirtings
- Brass Door Knobs
- Brass Butt Hinges
- Bench Seat