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Farmhouse Kitchen In The UK

It's been a while since I have posted about an adorable kitchen so when
I saw this one, I knew I needed to remedy that.
This kitchen exudes farmhouse charm all over the place.
Isn't the cabinetry gorgeous?
And look at the checkerboard tile on the back splash - so cute!


I have always loved plate racks and this one on the far wall is no exception.
We can always use a place to display our pretty dishes, right?
You also get a glimpse of the gorgeous Aga stove here.


And here is a better view of it with its four ovens. 
It's an amazing focal point for this kitchen along with
 the tiles that show off a couple cute roosters.


The island with its wooden counter top is nice and big
 and it has a handy prep sink as well.


See the large armoire like cupboard in the photo below?
That is actually the refrigerator - love that!
You also get a view of the eating area here with a collection of 
paintings on the walls - perfect for a farmhouse kitchen.


I found this kitchen on House to Home UK.
If you like English style as much as I do, you would
love this website so take a look.

I hope you enjoyed this kitchen tour ~ I'm so glad you came by today!

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  1. thanks so much for the tour of this home and the UK website. I will be drooling for days!

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  2. A great kitchen! So cozy. I love the site you got it from. I hadn't thought to go over there in a while, but now I will. Thanks!
    Brenda

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  3. Lovely kitchen, I really like the way it combines painted cabinets and natural wood pieces.

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  4. This is so beautiful and original (perhaps not so much original for the people in the UK!). Love the backsplash and the innovative island. It's smart and cute at the same time. Thanks so much for the link, JoAnne...I'm going to check it out!

    Jane

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  5. Hello Joann, the kitchen is lovely. 4 ovens, wow...that is awesome. I am going to check out the post. We already remodeled our kitchen twice....LOL I would love if you share a few of your posts at our link party every Sunday, Dishing It & Digging It. You can make new friends and gain some traffic. Happy Fall.

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  6. So pretty!! Love the green. I used to be a blue girl but now I lean more towards the green. Have a beautiful week!! xo

    ~ Wendy
    http://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  7. What a gorgeous kitchen! Thank you for sharing. You are one of the features at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Here is the link to this week's bash. http://www.thededicatedhouse.com/2016/09/make-pretty-monday-week-193.html Have a lovely week. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  8. That kitchen is darling. I'd love for you to link this to our Monday Social Link Party. It starts Sunday @ 4.
    I do love some checkerboard!

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  9. Thanks for sharing this beautiful kitchen at Monday Social. I love looking at French and English homes, and am partial to kitchens.

    Judith

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  10. That is some kitchen. There are a lot of good ideas to incorporate in our own kitchens.

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  11. What a charming kitchen! So happy you shared it at Monday Social.

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  12. Gorgeous kitchen! You can tell that it's a kitchen that's actually used for cooking. Ha! I love the warmth that the full length curtains add to the space. Well chosen!

    I see your blogroll is still visible. Mine has disappeared!

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