Grain matched walnut was chosen to work sympathetically with the collection of antique furniture, successfully fusing antique and modern styles. Mitred worktop edges on the island cloak and contrast with the beautiful veneer. This was a new- build house and the second kitchen project we have worked on with this client.
Our client requested a large island and as many pan drawers as possible. The marble effect Dekton porcelain work surface adds a striking layer of texture to the muted colour scheme. Our cabinet maker manufactured the cabinetry to our specification, including the French provincial style chimney breast.
Northcote Crescent 2
At this upscale modern space, we created a dramatic environment of contrast. The garden is reflected into the kitchen by a bronze mirror splash back. The modern linear book-matched walnut veneer wall units and solid walnut matching dining table and bar stools serve to add natural warmth to the room. These contrast with the traditional in-frame cabinetry, the colour of which is F&B's Railings. Bright white Silestone worktops lift the space while the antique bronze/brass hand-made knobs inspire the inclusion of brass ornaments. The use of indoor plants and green furnishings brings the outdoors inside.
The clients brief was to create a slick, linear feel with strong horizontal emphasis, with a workstation for her computer. Rosewood veneer was book matched and chosen to echo a treasured rosewood dining table at the other end of the room. A pale blue spashback links in with her dining chairs and a feature wall supporting artwork. The high gloss Parapan doors with a mirror finish contrast with the rustic travertine floor. The computer work station is hidden behind two tall veneered gliding doors, with glass display cabinets either side. The worktop is shark-nose edged Silestone Blanco Maple.
The owners of this new-build home sought a uniquely interesting island with raised breakfast bar to hide the sink area while entertaining. A sophisticated black glass Falmec extractor adds Italian flair. The solid walnut bar area was made by our joiner to our specification.
Our client is a graphic designer with a sharp eye for colour and tone. We created a soft, calm environment using the Farrow and Ball colour palette. The kitchen itself is strategically placed between the living and dining areas, allowing a free flow of movement.
Solid acrylic Parapan allows interesting thermoformed shapes to be created. Here, the strong curve on the island deliberately echoes the curved corner cabinet. Corian was the ideal material for the worktops as it allowed a bigger shape without joins, and also a rebate for the LED lighting, which subtly lights up the breakfast bar area.
Park Corner Drive
After some internal alterations to increase space, this kitchen was created for a client who wanted to look onto their beautiful garden while cooking. The island features a sparkling Silestone Aluminium Nube quartz circle, integrated with extreme precision and forming a perch for social interaction with friends and family.
Our client was a distinguished architect whose own projects went back to and included working on the Festival of Britain in 1951! She had a very specific design in mind which echoed her own mid-century aesthetic and it was an absolute pleasure working with her.
In this newly built timber conservatory, we created a traditional in-frame kitchen with substantial scalloped corner posts, in keeping with the style of home . We encouraged our clients to choose a beautiful granite from another of our yards and they chose Kashmir Lime, which blended beautifully with the muted green, but bold architectural framing. The plummy spotting in the granite was picked up using Farrow and Ball's Brinjal for the island cabinetry. The result is a synthesis of balance and beauty, in harmony with its surroundings.
The client wanted handleless cabinets to blend in completely with her F&B Great White walls. We added contrast by introducing stained dark walnut wall cabinets which complemented her dark dining furniture. A separate drinks preparation station just off the dining area was created as part of the brief.
This property has a great entertaining space. Our clients chose beautiful Costa Esmeralda green granite from one of our granite yards. The swirling colours within the stone were enhanced by the selection of three Fired Earth colours for the cabinets. The configuration of the layout required a low profile extractor so the TV could be viewed whilst cooking.
A kitchen replacement where the client requested a palette of greys complemented by the warmth of wood. This has been achieved by incorporating a semicircular oak breakfast bar providing informal seating for the family instead of a table in the sun by the bifold doors as it was before. One of the original wide windows was replaced with a tall narrow one to let in light and act as a natural break for the bank of tall units.
A lay-on door shaker kitchen with lift up wall unit doors and stainless steel bar handles. The Fired Earth colour scheme emphasises the contemporary look.