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Internal drawers are a great option

Internal drawers are a great option

Internal drawers are a great option to pull outs of any description. You can store exact items in exact spaces. These stunning drawers have illuminated glass sides which are battery operated too so there is no need for expensive electrical works. These ones also have white glass fronts fitted which is an upgrade. They have to be seen to be appreciated just stunning quality @haecker_kuechen @grassmovementsystems

Expensive……. yes, but a “pocket door” combination like this full run is just amazing……. now you see me now you don`t… just wow. The cost depends on the exact door finishes. The engineering required to hold the weight of the kitchen doors along with the mechanism itself is remarkable. They seem “weightless” when you operate them so smooth.


Modern shelving and lighting

#industrialkitchen

Modern shelving and lighting makes an awesome industrial un-fitted look

Here we have a brand new light fitting designed to be installed above a hob. If you had a downdraft hob this would work perfectly the lighting would help you to see and the racking stores spices and utensils. What a novel idea. What do you think is it for you


How about a timber?

@haecker_kuechen

How about a timber door in a shaker style that’s TRUE handle-less

What are your thoughts??? This new range is available to order now for 2020 installations grab your pre-order deals now from either store @haecker_kuechen @grassmovementsystems


A kitchen truly handle-less

#handlelesskitchen

We get asked a lot what makes a kitchen truly handle-less. A channel is created to enable doors and appliances to be opened. It comes in varying colours so you can either match it or contrast. The steel profile seems the most popular choice. It also enables you to fit a proper lighting channel that will illuminate the under worktop area. It’s all in the detail come and see in both showrooms now never been a better time to buy than NOW


Splash of colour

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Splash of colour

Glass splash-backs like this one can really add a “splash” of colour and make it really easy to wipe down a busy working kitchen like this one. These panels are made to order taking around 3 weeks from the time we measure them to the exact dimensions on site.

They have to be painted and then toughened which takes a little time. Everything is possible from all paint designs through to family pictures. #glass #splashbacks #kitchens #kitchensofinstagram #unique

Stunning German handle-less kitchen in cashmere colour with Silestone by Cosentino worktops.

NEFF Cooking Passion appliances. This client was very specific with all areas of design a truly “bespoke” installation. Study the pictures in detail and you can see the quality of our fitting it is simply the best and has a 6 Year warranty. Quooker Quooker UK boiling tap with “flex” spout works with the Blanco sink and tap. Bespoke back painted glass panels offer a striking and vivid contrast and match the clients orange accessories. Thanks for the opportunity to fit out this stunning room.
All room preparation was carried out by Sam Sumner and Colin Barson did the electrical works. Its a TEAM thing!


Compact kitchens have their chance to be bespoken

#bespokekitchens

Onother compact kitchen just installed.

We arranged the full rip-out and prep here including all the electrical works which we prefer to do to maintain “control” of the installation pace. Really interesting this one as this client was very particular with her storage requests.

Not the typical solution required. We have to listen and react. It’s YOUR new kitchen after all. Look carefully for the next post shows clearly where extra shelves were required and where regular double units were converted to twin units all at the request of the client.

Bespoke means just that. Saucepan storage in a wall unit is a first for us but it’s what was requested #shaker style units in high gloss white with @neffcookingpassion @neff_home appliances and @blanco_uk inset sink and taps. Laminate worktops with matching back panels and window sill. A little beauty we think. A very affordable #bespoke solution. #kitchens #kitchensofinstagram #kitchendesign @zackkmoore @jordandunleavy24 @ Brickhill Park Bedford


Compact kitchen just installed

Compact kitchen just installed.

We arranged the full rip-out and prep here including all the electrical works which we prefer to do to maintain “control” of the installation pace. Really interesting this one as this client was very particular with her storage requests.

Not the typical solution required. We have to listen and react. It’s YOUR new kitchen after all. Look carefully for the next post shows clearly where extra shelves were required and where regular double units were converted to twin units all at the request of the client.

Bespoke means just that. Saucepan storage in a wall unit is a first for us but it’s what was requested #shaker style units in high gloss white with @neffcookingpassion @neff_home appliances and @blanco_uk inset sink and taps. Laminate worktops with matching back panels and window sill. A little beauty we think. A very affordable #bespoke solution. #kitchens #kitchensofinstagram #kitchendesign @zackkmoore @jordandunleavy24 @ Brickhill


Top Kitchen Colour Trends 2020

Now that autumn is here and the end of the year approaches, we turn our thoughts to what colour trends we can expect in the kitchen in 2020.

There are some trends from this year that we believe will continue and some that have started to emerge that will grow next year.

Blue and Green

Blue and green have been popular colours this year and we expect this to continue into 2020. Blue can take on many forms from dark and moody to soft and relaxing.  Seaside blues can create the feel of a coastal kitchen, whilst pale blues can reflect more of a scandi vibe.

Green can be a calming colour choice and ideal for the kitchen as we often associate it with nature and freshness.  From bold and bright lime greens to more subtle sage greens, there is plenty of scope to be creative.  Dark emerald green can work well with a painted shaker style, where as a jade green can be more modern with a flat door, especially when teamed with some trendy silver mosaic tiles.

Darker shades such as navy blue and graphite can create a striking look for a kitchen.  Clever lighting and the introduction of contrasting white or metallic accessories can avoid a dark design feeling claustrophobic. Combining two shades, a lighter and a darker hue can also work well, especially with so many gorgeous shades of blue available.

Metallics

Metallics have been popular in the kitchen for some time now.  They can be warm and striking at the same time, offering a touch of drama and luxury to the room.

For some, adding a few touches of metallic is as bold as they wish to go, but for others there are opportunities to team bold metallic doors with shades of grey or black to create a sophisticated kitchen with a luxury feel.

Using a contrasting metallic trim can be used to great effect and then highlighted with the use of accessories, such as light shades, taps and worktop appliances.

Bold Black

There is a growing trend for using darker colours in the home, with black and graphite proving popular in the kitchen.

Black can work really well when it is contrasted by rich coffee browns, shades of grey, taupe or shades of beige.

Black absorbs rather than reflects light, so it is best to balance a black design with plenty of light.  If there are limitations on natural light then light walls, glass splashbacks, mirrored doors and skylights can all help bring in extra light.

Black brings a lot of drama to a kitchen and can take bold accent colours.  Adding brightly coloured stools for example or a feature wall works really well.