This month, we’re excited to see that one of our bespoke kitchens has been featured in the Grand Designs Magazine. If you’ve got the magazine, head to page 130 to see the orange and grey kitchen we created for an architect client of ours in Bath, as part of a feature on ‘The Ultimate Time Saving Kitchen.’
We were really chuffed to see our work included in this month’s addition as it’s one of our most modern and cutting edge designs. Our client wanted to incorporate really cutting edge materials and we opted for a mix of styles and textures to create an extremely functional but quirky space. We introduced orange coloured panelling, known as Valchromat, into the design—adding it to the back walls as well as alongside the kitchen island. Valchromat is not only extremely durable, making it ideal for the kitchen, but its unique texture and aesthetics make for a bold and playful look.
We contrasted this material with stainless steel which featured heavily throughout the design. It was used to form the industrial chic counter top and as well incorporated in the choice of appliances (fridge freeze, oven and cookware.)
Thanks again to Billy Bolton for the great photography.
More images of our featured kitchen
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