Furnishing Kitchen in Your Holiday Let

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Light Oak Kitchen Cart - Country Chic Elevated

 

 

When you are on holiday, the last thing you want to do is cook. You don’t spend as much time in the kitchen as you do back home. If you are renting a self catering accommodation for a week, you want to enjoy doing different things than you do for the rest of the year. So the kitchen in your holiday cottage has to have this laid back, relaxed atmosphere, reminding you this is not a place to work. A wooden seagull figurine on the window seal, few rattan baskets, bowl of pot pourri and few hand painted plates and cups – that’s all that’s needed. If it’s only two of you enjoying the time together, all you need is a space to eat your breakfast, as the rest of the day will be spent exploring the area, sun bathing, eating out and partying! So the simple rustic oak breakfast bar on castors is all you need in the kitchen! it can be stoved away by the wall, when the breakfast is over, giving you plenty of much needed space to enjoy!

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