Contemporary, Painted & Modern
Open plan, contemporary painted kitchen with walnut features
Contemporary, Modern & Wood Veneers
The latest addition to the Treske showroom, a striking contemporary kitchen with a mixture of materials and textures
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
Hardwood & Contemporary
Embracing the Art Deco style with paneled walnut doors and feature mantle
Retro, Hardwood & Painted
The kitchen is a 1950's influenced design that features flush door panels and recessed handles.
Contemporary, flat veneer panels
A contemporary kitchen, with the emphasis focused on the horizontal bands of ripple Sycamore veneers arranged on the doors in the same sequence as they were cut from the tree.
Exquisite design and quality craftsmanship: a designer contemporary kitchen by Treske is unique, beautiful and bespoke to your property.
When it comes to a luxury contemporary kitchen, the focus is very much on minimalism, clean lines and geometric forms. In practice, this means flat surfaces and doors with little-to-no adornments. Cabinetry will be flush, with lay-on doors and minimal hardware on show. A bespoke contemporary kitchen will typically feature integrated appliances and seamless work surfaces.
Your designer contemporary kitchen may make use of less traditional materials — Corian or Dekton, for example. Popular, too, are induction hobs with mirrored splashbacks; if timber is selected, it is used as an accent of feature.
Whilst no two Treske bespoke contemporary kitchens are the same, one thing stays the same — the exceptional level of quality infused into each piece of furniture. Treske’s experienced, skilled craftspeople utilise an effective mix of traditional and modern techniques.
Explore our selection of case studies. Treske’s friendly team is on hand to discuss more design inspiration and ideas for your bespoke contemporary kitchen.