Architecture / Features & Decoration
Osterley Park and House, London (Accredited Museum)
East wall of the Scullery. The wall is plaster, including the 'skirting board'. In the Kitchen the plaster 'skirting board' resembles a traditional timber profile where it is original. In the Scullery the profile is either a plain rectangle, or the top edge is slightly angled downward. There is only one pipe secured to the wall. There is a single central window. A timber worktop extends from the north wall to the sink on the south wall. It is supported by a two battens, one on the north wall and one on the sink unit, and an diagonal strut in between to the east wall. There is a low splashback painted black against the north and east walls. A corner shelf in the south east corner is supported on a timber batten on the east wall and the sink unit on the south. The sink unit is part of CMS 773435.