In Martha's "servery" off the kitchen, used for washing and storing dinnerware, she wanted storage that felt like furniture, not cabinetry. "This apothecary-like glass case, one of a pair, provides the solution," she says. Light shines through it, opening up the small room and glinting off the glasses and dishes inside.
Can I please have this in my *one day, someday* kitchen? pullouts on either side of the range provide convenient storage for spices and cooking oils. The pullout shelves put these essentials near eye level, making it easy for the cooks to find exactly what they need.
One of the most spectacular kitchens I've ever seen. This was designed by the Pritzker prize winning architect Peter Zumthor for his own home: "Casa Z". No upper cabinets and huge windows, hidden headers. Incredible.
Rustic industrial kitchen, panelled, marble work surface, metro tiles, exposed brick, filament bulbs, tongue and groove, scissor lights, AGA, white AGa, herb trough, wood effect tiles, ercol, ceiling beams, copper tap, movable island. Photographed by Malcolm Menzies ww.82mm.com Kitchen by blakeslondon.com