A British cooker plus pierced wood-door cabinets heaps on the old-school charm
Bright blue walls give a lively punch to this large kitchen in Scotland. While the walls and base of the large island are painted blue, a cream-colored Aga cooker is built into an imposing niche lined with yellow-gold mosaic tile. Counters throughout are polished black granite. The island houses a prep sink and also provides seating on one side.
Throughout the kitchen, cabinets are white with a pierced medallion on the doors — a great detail plus and a practical way to let air to circulate. A tongue-and-groove backsplash is painted white to match the cabinets. Kitchen doors have divided glass on top, to match doors on some upper cabinets. The main sink — a double-bowl farmer — sits in front of a window with a wood-tone drip rail beneath it (a bespoke kitchen detail). Dark cabinet hardware echoes the color of the counters.
The Blue Rooster Kitchen also has cabinets with pierced doors.