The industrial concept gives your kitchen modern refinement with a distinct personal & style. Often using bold colour palates, bare brick walls, rustic woods and stainless steel appliances matched with structural accessories such as impressive feature shelving and stunning islands. The overall look is very open and minimalist letting the quality of the materials speak for themselves.
Every kitchen should adapt to suit it's household and this unique design in Iden, East Sussex certainly does that. It features all the key industrial elements; from it’s open plan stripped back feel, stainless steel appliances, metro tiles, striking dark blue and timber cabinetry, contrasting white tops to the metallic accessories. It incorporates lots of bespoke details - the multi functional island houses a 'day' fridge, dishwasher, integral bin system, bottle dispenser, tray cupboard and breakfast bar seating
A mix of on trend materials, unique design ideas and a clean, crisp scheme give the Industrial style kitchen a more urban feel. Simplicity is the key to it’s look, with a focus on the raw materials.
This converted manor house in Harrietsham, Kent boosts a beautifully contemporary kitchen that oozes light. Painted in a subtle stone colour with a show stopping granite worktop. We designed a split level around the sink area to add structure and zoning to the overall space
Increasingly popular, handleless kitchens are clean, contemporary and space boosting. We love the little touches of character in this Rye townhouse, from the Aga City to the beautiful colour pairings to the highly effective porcelain tile, timber effect floor