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Mundy selected a calming creamy white for most of the spacious room, but interspersed it with crimson accents, “just to give it a bit of a wow,” he says. The colorful island provides the kitchen with a focal point, while additional details in the same shade, such as the KitchenAid mixer, tie the space together. The current layout of the kitchen reveals hints of its past as the property’s original dining room. The oven range is in the recessed area where the old fireplace had been located. Cabinet paint: Joa’s White; island paint: Incarnadine, both from Farrow & BallCooking With Color: When to Use Red in the Kitchen The French doors were already in place and lead out into the large garden. Keeping a strong connection to the outside was one of the reasons Mundy’s clients wanted to move the kitchen into the former dining room.“They have fully embraced the countryside lifestyle,” Mundy says. That includes cooking, entertaining friends and family, and spending as much time as possible in the garden.