This design-savvy kitchen has striking cabinetry, teamed with edgy materials including patinated brass and solid walnut
When designer Jayne Everett was in the first stages of planning, she decided to name this bespoke kitchen the Ladbroke, ‘because it would appeal to a client that would engage with the edgy, new looks that are seen around the Ladbroke Grove area of west London’.
Brass works beautifully as both a blend and a contrast with the Invisible Green colour by Little Greene Paint Company, used for the cabinetry. The kitchen effortlessly brings together an eclectic mixture of natural materials and out-of-the-ordinary finishes to produce a seamless, elegant room.
The resulting kitchens are made from costly materials, often solid oak, but used in an incredibly efficient and effective way to minimise waste and maximise efficiency, while creating a unique product.
Cabinetry painted oak, with solid walnut interiors, start from £19,000 at Naked Kitchens.
Article by: Linda Parker