Keeping this kitchen-diner neutral and uncluttered allows the beams to take centre stage. The aqua pendant light picks up the colour of the window frames.
Rustic country kitchen-diner
Simple white-painted kitchen units with wooden worktops create a cottage-style feel in this kitchen. Three matching bar stools are lined up next to the central island to create a welcoming breakfast bar. An earthy tile splashback makes a striking statement, while some of the Shaker-style wooden doors are replaced with glass so pretty items can be on display.
Neutral country kitchen
The floral blind and green slate floor are the perfect accompaniment to a country-style kitchen. The butler's sink is a great focal point underneath the window.
Simple country kitchenA stable door, painted to complement the mantel and dining table, continues the country space.
This kitchen-diner area has a quirky feel, thanks to the display of wall clocks and numbered chairs. The Beatles poster adds a retro element.
Wood-panelled white country kitchen
A classic butler sink and wood panelling introduce classic vintage style in a small space, with personal touches adding individuality.
Vintage kitchen utility areaA pastel worktop is contrasted by wood cladding and an oversized clock for ultimate country style.
Utility room peg storageA peg rail stores plimsolls and slippers neatly and tidily in drawstring bags in this neutral utility room.
Utility room hidden cupboard storage
A properly organised utility cupboard, with dedicated places for all your essentials, will make your household tasks less of a chore. Cover doors and shelves in decorative oilcloths to liven up the space.
White with splashes of red and blue convey the quintessential of an American kitchen without being overpowering. The addition of stars is a quirky touch.
Classic oak kitchen
White-painted and pale oak cabinets, along with white walls and lightly colour-washed wooden floorboards give the kitchen a fresh and airy feel.