About the project

We just loved creating this Shaker Country Kitchen in this beautiful farmhouse in Northamptonshire .  The combination of moody dark cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball ‘Off Black’, created a dark and atmospheric feel and with the white solid quartz marble effect worktop gave the kitchen a light and airy feel .  The central island was painted to match, with the worktop in a solid oak giving the room a warm gentle glow.  The utility was spacious with glazed sliding doors creating a divide from the kitchen,  but beautiful enough not to be hidden away and after a family walk just the place for kicking off those muddy boots.

Our clients having a natural flair for design,  choose to team the cabinets with Armac Martin ‘Aged Brass’ handles and beautiful Perrin & Rowe ‘Aged Brass’ taps giving a luxurious , cool aesthetic look.

What a lovely Willow Kitchen this one is, some people just have the knack of getting it just right.  We set out to create a family kitchen for entertaining friends and family and we think we certainly achieved that.

What our customers say

” Willow Kitchens and Interiors were a pleasure to work with. Sarah really listens and understands her client’s needs and works very hard to deliver the design brief with flair, on time and on budget. She is very personable, accommodating, and really goes the extra mile to make her clients happy. The quality of their design is matched by the quality of installation and finish. I can highly recommend Willow Kitchens and Interiors and I look forward to working with the team in the future.”

Project Factfile

Budget: £££

  • Kitchen Design
  • Manufacture of cabinetry
  • Installation
  • Worked along side customers builder

Project duration: 2 Weeks - Worked with customers builders on this project

  • Handmade shaker kitchen in Farrow & Ball 'off black'
  • White marble effect quartz worktop complimented with an oak Island
  • Aged brass 'Perrin & Rowe' taps
  • Bespoke features include the mantel and slide & hide breakfast dresser

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