A kitchen that embodies the simple layout and clean lines favoured by contemporary designs, but with the warmth and homeliness that wood brings to all furniture; in this instance by the use of the “Querkus” range of sculptured veneers which are available in a range of textures and colours. Also shown are a range of cement faced doors which give a more architectural feel to the scheme. The use of smoked mirror and edge-lit glass shelves enhance the modern “loft” feel.
The kitchen features many functional elements, from the seamless Corian worktops, the auto-lift doors to the wall cabinet and touch to open drawers, to the sleek and space-saving design of the hob combining induction cooking with an integrated, highly efficient extraction system.
The kitchen features the latest in Blum technology with their Space Tower and motorized lift wall system for practical storage solutions. Adding to the sleek style is the Elica Nikolatesla venting hob, a space saving combination of induction hob and extractor.
Finishes include the sawn smoked oak striped doors with brass edge pull handles by Joseph Giles, set above mirrored plinths with dark oak frames and wall units, concrete doors on the tall housings and smoke grey mirror. The worksurfaces wrap around the ends in Arctic Ice Corian.
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As Featured in the Sunday Times
One-off kitchen, designed along simple and clean minimalist lines to fit in with modern, well-lit architectural features