This kitchen in a historic 18th C home on Cape Cod is situated on Provincetown, Massachusetts’ Main Street. The clients are avid cooks and entertainers, so a series of open plan spaces designed for various tasks and uses – storage, functionality, and display are balanced in equal measure. A few well-placed windows illuminate the space which is also lit by a large skylight, offering a generally bright atmosphere on cloudy or sun-filled days. The design of the kitchen speaks to the client’s love of entertaining; adept space-planning created individual areas for preparation, clean up, and an attractive way to store the couple’s finds too. Ample glass-fronted cupboards stow an ever-growing catalogue of pieces used at the table while the combination of our Spitalfields cupboards with Folgate doors painted in various neutral shades gives it the feel of being furniture. The design for this project took into account the history of the building and some existing structural elements to create a space that serves as a butler’s pantry, breakfast spot, main preparation areas, and scullery too. The Larder cupboard is painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Vert de Terre’, the floor cupboards on the peninsular island are painted in Farrow & Ball’s ‘Hardwick White’ while the balance of the millwork is painted in their ‘Pointing’.

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