Georgian Glazed Screens

This grade II listed Georgian hunting lodge was lovingly restored and altered to fully utilise the available space which now contains a kitchen, a scullery that runs behind and a walk-in pantry. The walk-in pantry is the star of this kitchen show thanks in part to the bespoke Georgian style screens and Georgian door all handmade by our talented cabinetmakers in Felsted, Essex which was installed along with the Nickleby kitchen cabinetry.

Georgian Glazed Screens - Georgian Hunting Lodge - Humphrey Munson Blog

Designed by Peter Humphrey the Founder and Director of Humphrey Munson, the Georgian glazed screens are finished in H|M paint colour ‘Top Hat‘.

‘Top Hat’ is exclusive to Humphrey Munson by Mylands and is one of our darker colours with a soft graphite tone that works in harmony with both lighter and darker colour palettes (for example, ‘Farthing‘ used on the pantry cabinetry). ‘Top Hat’ creates a look that stands the test of time and works as part of both classic and contemporary spaces which is why it is so well suited to this Georgian glazed screen and our Georgian style doors.

Georgian Glazed Screens - Georgian Hunting Lodge - Humphrey Munson Blog

Georgian Glazed Screens - Georgian Hunting Lodge - Humphrey Munson Blog

The height of the ceilings is emphasised with the Georgian style glazed screens and door that partition the walk-in pantry off the main kitchen. This partially concealed room has a dual-purpose storage and worktop space has been cleverly integrated to provide prep space away from the main kitchen which also helps to keep surfaces clear of unwanted clutter.

Georgian Glazed Screens - Georgian Hunting Lodge - Humphrey Munson Blog

As with any self-respecting walk in pantry, there is a plethora of storage options from open artisan shelving and countertop space to the hidden storage in the drawers below which provides a mix of storage solutions that are easily accessible. As a keen baker our client wanted a space that was ideal for food prep, so this pantry also boasts a prep sink set under the window providing the pantry with plenty of natural light. Ultimately, this ‘under the stairs’ space is light and bright

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