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Wood & Wire
Wood & Wire: Green Orange & Blue Bespoke Plywood Kitchen www.sarahmasonphotography.co.uk/
Large kitchen/living room open space Shaker style kitchen with concrete worktop made onsite Crafted tape, bookshelves and radiator with copper pipes
Making the World Beautiful
The contrast in colours makes this open plan kitchen look and feel very chic almost can't keep your eyes off how the tiles blend into the engenered wood floor.
Searle & Taylor
As part of a large open-plan extension to a detached house in Hampshire, Searle & Taylor was commissioned to design a timeless modern handleless kitchen for a couple who are keen cooks and who regularly entertain friends and their grown-up family. The kitchen is part of the couples’ large living space that features a wall of panel doors leading out to the garden. It is this area where aperitifs are taken before guests dine in a separate dining room, and also where parties take place. Part of the brief was to create a separate bespoke drinks cabinet cum bar area as a separate, yet complementary piece of furniture. Handling separate aspects of the design, Darren Taylor and Gavin Alexander both worked on this kitchen project together. They created a plan that featured matt glass door and drawer fronts in Lava colourway for the island, sink run and overhead units. These were combined with oiled walnut veneer tall cabinetry from premium Austrian kitchen furniture brand, Intuo. Further bespoke additions including the 80mm circular walnut breakfast bar with a turned tapered half-leg base were made at Searle & Taylor’s bespoke workshop in England. The worktop used throughout is Trillium by Dekton, which is featured in 80mm thickness on the kitchen island and 20mm thickness on the sink and hob runs. It is also used as an upstand. The sink run includes a Franke copper grey one and a half bowl undermount sink and a Quooker Flex Boiling Water Tap. The surface of the 3.1 metre kitchen island is kept clear for when the couple entertain, so the flush-mounted 80cm Gaggenau induction hob is situated in front of the bronze mirrored glass splashback. Directly above it is a Westin 80cm built-in extractor at the base of the overhead cabinetry. To the left and housed within the walnut units is a bank of Gaggenau ovens including a 60cm pyrolytic oven, a combination steam oven and warming drawers in anthracite colourway and a further integrated Gaggenau dishwasher is also included in the scheme. The full height Siemens A Cool 76cm larder fridge and tall 61cm freezer are all integrated behind furniture doors for a seamless look to the kitchen. Internal storage includes heavyweight pan drawers and Legra pull-out shelving for dry goods, herbs, spices and condiments. As a completely separate piece of furniture, but finished in the same oiled walnut veneer is the ‘Gin Cabinet’ a built-in unit designed to look as if it is freestanding. To the left is a tall Gaggenau Wine Climate Cabinet and to the right is a decorative cabinet for glasses and the client’s extensive gin collection, specially backlit with LED lighting and with a bespoke door front to match the front of the wine cabinet. At the centre are full pocket doors that fold back into recesses to reveal a bar area with bronze mirror back panel and shelves in front, a 20mm Trillium by Dekton worksurface with a single bowl Franke sink and another Quooker Flex Boiling Water Tap with the new Cube function, for filtered boiling, hot, cold and sparkling water. A further Gaggenau microwave oven is installed within the unit and cupboards beneath feature Intuo fronts in matt glass, as before.
Hayley Bray Photography
View from the dining to the breakfast bar and the curved polished plaster walls of the kitchen. The lovely autumnal light in this photo brings a sense of calm to this space
Lewis Alderson & Co.
Classic tailored furniture is married with the very latest appliances from Sub Zero and Wolf to provide a kitchen of distinction, designed to perfectly complement the proportions of the room. The design is practical and inviting but with every modern luxury included.
Lauren Nicholas Kitchen Design
Restoration of a victorian property into a modern dynamic family home. Photo credit: Gavin Stewart
The level of detail and thought that goes into the full scale refurbishment of a substantial grade II listed detached family home in Hampstead is nothing short of breath-taking. We worked with the clients on this project to create a kitchen, utility / boot room and pantry that combined traditional cabinetmaking with a contemporary twist. The brief was to create a kitchen that was built to last – both in terms of the design and the quality; future-proofing was the goal. Specifying the Spenlow cabinetry was an immediate and easy choice to ensure the cabinetry felt sleek and contemporary with the perimeter cabinetry painted in Tailored Grey and the island painted in Brolly Blue to really help anchor it within the room. The Quilp knobs on the cabinetry are finished in aged brass which really helps to soften the otherwise cool colour palette. Photo Credit: Paul Craig
Jonathan Bond Photography
Our bespoke larder fit-out works great even when there's only space for a narrow cupboard with internal drawers and storage racks on the doors. The carcass material is lacquered oak veneer ply and the dark grey painted Shaker cabinets are in Little Greene 'Scree' (227). The worktop is Caesarstone 'Blizzard' which is a great contrast for the oak and the dark grey paint colour.
Parker Bathrooms & Kitchens
This state of the art kitchen has modernised features including a countertop downdraft extractor to keep a fresh cooking space, Siemens and Bosch mart appliances powered with Home Connect, and pop up sockets on the island to keep your kitchen wire-free.
Modern white handleless kitchen with grey worktop, white hexagon tiles, island breakfast bar with wicker bar stools and cork pendant lights, map wallpaper, oak herringbone flooring in contemporary extension in Glasgow's West End.
Alberts House Ltd
Nickel fittings and traditional sanitaryware were added to pull the scheme together. Marble floor tiles bring a sense of luxury and provide cohesion with the kitchen below.