Kitchen Crush: Andrew Ryan Kitchens

Every now and then I inadvertently stumble upon a room that I find completely faultless. One that I just wish I could pick up off the page and drop straight into our own home! My idea of the perfect space.

Well this happened a few weeks ago when I came across a kitchen that a friend had pinned to one of her Pinterest boards.

I investigated a little further after the kitchen designer herself, Miriam of Minnie Peters, made a note on the pin and I soon came across the beautiful hand crafted work of Andrew Ryan (and Minnie Peters!)

I am particularly enamoured with this coastal kitchen, even though for me, this kitchen is so universal it fits perfectly into my idea of a Belgian or Scandinavian farmhouse.

The combinations of weathered oak island counter, grey stone perimeter counter, lime washed flooring, antique brass pendant lights and hardware together with the hand painted off-white cabinetry is a match made in heaven to me.

I also love this country farmhouse kitchen below by Andrew Ryan, particularly that beautiful custom-made, hand painted cabinetry in soft grey. Imagine how organised you could be with storage like this!?

And let it be known I am desperate for an AGA. They instantly say “country kitchen” to me.

Even though I definitely lean towards more classic and traditional style kitchens, I do also love a contemporary kitchen when it references traditional kitchen designs, like this stunning contemporary kitchen below by Andrew Ryan.

The simple combination of textured oak panelling, substantial marble counters, a soft muted palette with just a touch of black for some contrast, creates a truly elegant, warm and refined looking space. Simplicity at it’s best.

To see more kitchens by Andrew Ryan visit their website here.

To see more of Minnie Peters stunningly beautiful interior design work, visit their website here.

Nicki x

Nicki Dobrzynski

Interior and lifestyle photographer. Interior Designer. Stylist. Mum of 2. Wife of 1. Always with a camera in my hand. Learning to live a slower life in the beautiful Southern Highlands, NSW.

April 23, 2015

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