“The aim was to create a fresh, clean, contemporary kitchen with a subtly nuanced nod to the country aesthetic, in order to blend with the clients’ furnishings and generate the kind of welcoming appeal all good kitchens should radiate. A light, neutral colour scheme, combined with long graceful lines, culminates in an ostensibly modern canvas upon which more detailed touches, such as the routed drawers and cabinetry adorned by ornate handles with porcelain detailing, can work their provincial magic.
“The bank of glass-paned cabinets really ups the country charm, while also allowing the clients to reveal their own style with selected kitchenware on display. Internal drawers make for super-easy access to all areas of the cabinetry, coupled with Kesseböhmer corner units for optimal functionality. The result is a design that beautifully marries modern style with a little bit of country in a practical family space.”
Designer: Julian King for No Fuss Kitchens
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Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Volume 24 Issue 1