Making the most of the natural light and space available, the Kensal Green kitchen project combines dark blue painted units with modern Limed Oak cabinetry and cladding. Blending both classic and contemporary influences, the kitchen design responds to the new extension of the property, whilst introducing warmth and character.
Embracing a mix of materials, sleek Caesarstone surfaces reflect the white walls and are paired with glass-fronted cabinets that display the homeowner’s collection of glassware. With a wrap around quartz worktop, space for a small breakfast bar and plenty of integrated storage, the island provides a stylish statement from any angle. Designed to complement the unique cabinetry, the Kensal kitchen features a wall of Limed Oak cladding that creates a cohesive design scheme and reflects the homeowner’s individual sense of style.
The contemporary design of this bespoke kitchen project combines traditional shaker style cabinetry with accents of aged brass and warm, textured wood. An essential consideration for any kitchen, storage was a priority for the owner of this gorgeous home. Ensuring enough space was made for their morning coffee routine, creating a place for pots and pans, every cupboard, drawer and cabinet is tailored to suit their needs.
You won’t find any handles in the sophisticated oak cabinetry section of our Kensal Green kitchen, contrasted with the painted shaker kitchen units with Armac Martin’s solid-brass ‘Cotswold Bun Knob’ handles. Our chamfers are added to the top of the doors and drawers to enable soft close. Our craftsmanship and talented designers allow us to create these bespoke, modern details that add that extra sense of luxury to our kitchens.
The Kensal Green kitchen celebrates the importance of craft with handmade cabinetry and a range of authentic materials that provide a truly individual aesthetic.
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