Sustainable Kitchens - Cotswold Chapel Kitchen. Custom made pull out drawers created using oak crates. Oak cabinets painted with Farrow & Ball Down Pipe provide a rustic contrast. Oak worktops and shelving along with slate tiles provide storage and hooks for the cups.
Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green 1900, by John Galt. Galt worked as a missionary for the methodist London City Mission. He took photographs in the East End to illustrate lectures which he gave up and down the country to raise funds for the mission’s work. The photographs were taken primarily to show that those whom the mission sought to help, though poor, were nevertheless worthy of salvation.
The ruins of:the church at the abandoned Medieval village of Wharram Percy, Yorkshire. One of the best known abandoned Medieval Villages in England. The village was finally abandoned in the 1500's when the lord of the manor turned out the last few families and knocked down their homes to make way for extra sheep pasturage.
Sustainable Kitchens - Cotswold Chapel Kitchen. Tall oak wall cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball Chappell Green sit in this impressive converted chapel. Base cabinets contrast perfectly in Farrow & Ball Down Pipe. Oak worktops and shelving attached to slate wall tiles marry perfectly with the limestone flooring. The Rayburn range has tray slots built on the side. Toffee the dog enjoys the warmth while Steve the antlers watches over.