These CAD drawings are based on Mackintosh's kitchen furniture for Derngate. There is a matching sideboard as well, painted in the same green. The dresser was built floor to ceiling, and is an interesting take on the traditional dresser. From these 2 pieces of furniture we could design a whole new kitchen in this style. The walls were all tiled in plain white tiles, and the floor was tiled in white & green squares, which are straight forward to replicate. The woodwork, windows & doors were painted in a darker green (closer to a green Voysey used).
You don't have to stick to the green painted dresser, you could have it white, as shown above, or even more dramatic in black, as some of the interiors/furniture at Derngate. The middle worktop is wood. The open back could have a back board to close it off more, if you prefer. The dresser offers lots of storage, and some display space on the shelves.
Above left shows the actual green dresser in-situ. We could reproduce this either exactly or adapt it to whatever size you prefer. An example of this is shown below, where the dresser is shown as a wider version, which is straight forward to do. This is more the proportion of a tradional dress - Derngate house was not too large, hence the dresser was made smaller.