A larder love

A larder love


The return of something BIG is changing the way we see storage when it comes to the kitchen.


With the huge array of utensils and wide variety of ingredients we now have in our kitchen, savvy homeowners have realised that having the perfect storage solution that’s not only practical but beautifully designed is a great investment. With deep shelving, even a modest Mudd and Co larder can accommodate food that would otherwise be stored over several cupboards. A larder makes putting meals together easier and the rest of the kitchen is freed up to store all those gadgets and accessories which are otherwise difficult to home

A larder placed against a north-facing wall will stay cool all year round, and keep food cool during a power cut (unlike our faithful fridge). So food such as hard cheese, eggs, potatoes, onions, bread, bananas and pineapple can be kept out of direct light and cool. Herbs and spices also benefit greatly from being stored this way, as light diminishes the flavour of herbs stored outside of a cupboard in glass containers.

Our kitchen larders are perhaps our most versatile piece, providing endless storage options and pull-out work tops, all of which can be hidden from sight when not in use.

You can opt for a larder with the standard Mudd and Co features, or you can get creative! We have a huge range of options to choose from including larder size, handle style, top timber, spice rack, spice scoops, tray draw, chopping slide, blackboard door and pocket door fittings. Your larder will be custom made to your exact specification, creating the perfect storage unit for your kitchen.

To explore the full range of Mudd & Co larders, please click here. And if you’re looking for something more specific, please get in touch to discuss a bespoke project.


Mudd & Co handcraft freestanding kitchens and painted furniture in Staffordshire, UK.
Find out about our customisation options and complete bespoke service at: www.muddandco.co.uk

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