Pattern and color added to a basic cabinet can create variations in a cottage kitchen sink base.
The appeal of cottage style is the informality and unpredictability that comes from working with less than perfect materials or spaces. Simply fixing up something old, without trying to make it look new, often results in a quirky or bohemian (boho for short) outcome. That, I expect, was behind the idea of producing new kitchen cabinets that would look like unfitted pieces that had been rehabbed. The intent was to manufacture charm – always tricky. Both the striped and the plain planked cottage kitchen sink base in these vignettes belong to the Steamer Bay collection by John Lewis of Hungerford.… Continue Reading