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Recently completed project-Bespoke handmade kitchen

I recently did some work on the extension and renovation of a city centre period home. The Client wanted a handmade kitchen that did not look too traditional in styling. We designed and installed (working closely with the Clients Builder and Architect) a bespoke kitchen which was lacquered to match Farrow and Ball ‘Moles Breath’, this rich colour combined with the oiled oak counter, handle less doors and floating shelves creates a contemporary look in the room. The kitchen sits on individual wooden legs which gives it a slightly lighter appearance. A shallow larder with an oak interior provides plenty of storage for food.

Overall a very smart bespoke kitchen made to the highest standards and still good value for money………and a happy Client-overall a good outcome!

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Kitchen Inspiration-Contemporary in frame

This week I am getting inspiration from two similar Scandinavian kitchens. Both kitchens are in frame which is a traditional style that most people would be familiar with-but what really sets these kitchens apart is the combination of inset panel doors (commonly known as ‘shaker’ style doors) with a flat door. This door style combination along with brass accents of hinges, taps and legs  makes this an altogether more contemporary and sophisticated look. Also I love the Carrera marble worktop –though marble is very porous and I would always recommend a silestone (by Cosentino) worktop-the leather finish Lyra and Lagoon look great. So here’s my mood board for my own project. As the kitchen I’m designing is in a large open plan space I’ve combined ‘Elephants breath’ on the tall and wall units with ‘Manor house grey’ on the base units and island.

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