Georgian Town HouseTransitional Kitchen, Oxfordshire
Galley kitchen. Shaker style with chunky hired granite worktop and upstand.
Photograph: Simon Maxwell Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Introduce some artworkWhen it comes to designing a kitchen, we often focus on the practical necessities, including storage, appliances and work space. But once the essentials are in place, don’t forget you can add some artwork, too.A painting, poster or print can completely change the room, transforming it from a functional area into a cosy, welcoming space. It goes without saying that if your artwork is directly above the stove, as here, make sure you choose a frame that can withstand heat and moisture.