Caxton - Frame Effect

Shaker inspired design incorporates Frame Effect furniture, making a feature of the post & beam in the centre of the kitchen.

The layout is simple but functional; a wet area below the windows, a cooking area framed by an elegant chimney mantle and glazed cabinetry on the back wall. Oodles of preparation

and storage space is incorporated within the peninsular, which also comprises a breakfast bar, not to mention refrigeration and a butler’s pantry housed in the tallboy adjacent to the double doors from the hall.


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Of the five houses at Potton’s Show Centre and Self Build Academy, only one doesn’t as yet incorporate an RK-Tec inspired kitchen – the Caxton. This traditional heritage style, one and a half storey house incorporating Potton’s signature post and beam method of construction, is crying out for a makeover of the existing dated kitchen.

There is no scope for structural alterations to the property. So to all intents and purposes, Potton’s brief was to explore replacing the kitchen. However, even when constrained by

an existing predefined space, there is still ample opportunity for breadth and diversity

of design.