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The Cookery: 16 Favorite Traditional English Kitchens from the Remodelista Archives

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The Cookery: 16 Favorite Traditional English Kitchens from the Remodelista Archives

October 1, 2017

There’s something about English kitchens that makes them feel accessible, like they’re just waiting for someone to put the kettle on or cook something hearty and comforting. Our favorites from the Remodelista archives span from the super-traditional (old-fashioned range and china cabinets include)  to updated modern classics. Here are just a few.

a muted palette, built in hutch included, in this georgian kitchen in hampshire 17
Above: A muted palette, built-in hutch included, in this Georgian kitchen in Hampshire. See Steal This Look: Minimalist English Kitchen.
many of our favorite english kitchens are by uk based plain english, who &# 18
Above: Many of our favorite English kitchens are by UK-based Plain English, who “are proud traditionalists, but also have an inventive bent,” as in this two-toned Dorset Farmhouse Kitchen by Plain English.
a british standard kitchen in an edwardian house in southwest london. see  19
Above: A British Standard kitchen in an Edwardian house in southwest London. See Kitchen of the Week: A Proper English Kitchen with New England–Inspired Shiplap Paneling.
a palette of white, wood, and painted brick in the brick barn: a modern english 20
Above: A palette of white, wood, and painted brick in The Brick Barn: A Modern English Farmhouse in Norfolk.
open shelving, painted in cheery colors, displays china and collections. see&#x 21
Above: Open shelving, painted in cheery colors, displays china and collections. See Kitchen of the Week: A Whimsical Edwardian in the South of England.
in sculptor alex chinneck’s renovated family home in london, expose 22
Above: In Sculptor Alex Chinneck’s Renovated Family Home In London, exposed brick, a restored green Aga, and cooking tools on display create a homey feel.
london based architectural and interior designer ben pentreath added an old sch 23
Above: London-based architectural and interior designer Ben Pentreath added an old-school china cabinet and exposed shelving to a Dorset kitchen; a window ledge serves as a cookbook shelf. For more, see A Work in Progress: Ben Pentreath’s Parsonage in Dorset.
 a kitchen for the people, courtesy of prince charles by british stan 24
Above: A Kitchen for the People, Courtesy of Prince Charles by British Standard, with dark cabinets, wood paneling, and butcher-block countertops.
michelle mckenna&#8\2\17;s kitchen has traditional elements (eggshell blue  25
Above: Michelle McKenna’s kitchen has traditional elements (eggshell-blue cabinetry, farmhouse sink) with a modern range. See The Power of Pastels: A London House Reimagined.
in a notting hill townhouse tailored for living by charles mellersh, green 26
Above: In A Notting Hill Townhouse Tailored for Living by Charles Mellersh, green dining chairs and cabinetry hidden under the stairs.
london based designer mark lewis gave this kitchen in a georgian manor house in 27
Above: London-based designer Mark Lewis gave this kitchen in a Georgian manor house in Dorset an antique wash of blue. Blue Period: An English Manor House Channels Picasso,
a kitchen in north london in shades of blue and gray, checkered floor included. 28
Above: A kitchen in North London in shades of blue and gray, checkered floor included. See Steal This Look: A Classic English Kitchen for an Oscar-Winning Costume Designer.
a wood pellet three oven range anchors the old fashioned kitchen in a hist 29
Above: A Wood Pellet Three-Oven Range anchors the old-fashioned kitchen in A Historical House Reimagined for a Modern Family in Stroud, England.
in steal this look: a star london chef’s kitchen, rough wooden floorboar 30
Above: In Steal This Look: A Star London Chef’s Kitchen, rough wooden floorboards evoke an old farmhouse.
one of our considered design award winners for best professional uk interior, t 31
Above: One of our Considered Design Award winners for Best Professional UK Interior, Thatched Cottage Kitchen by Fawn Interiors, has a larder and a dining table that doubles as a workspace.
 a dark green london kitchen from devol‘s real  32
Above: A dark green London kitchen from deVol‘s Real Shaker Kitchen line, built-in niches for tableware included. See Remodeling 101: Shaker-Style Kitchen Cabinets for more.

Prefer streamlined English kitchens? See 10 Favorite Minimalist British Kitchens.

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