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Introducing Neptune Kitchens the furniture company that prides itself in supplying bespoke kitchens without the custom-built price tag.
Each cabinet is crafted from premium materials to the same demanding standard that people have come to expect from a product bearing the Neptune name.
Neptune’s Bespoke Kitchens
Roundhouse have introduced a stylish new built-in Drinks Cabinet, (now on show at their Guilford showroom) that can be creatively hidden behind the glossy polished façade of their Roundhouse Metro kitchen, providing an innovative use of space.
When exposed the cabinet becomes an element of a brilliantly designed dining or kitchen area: Placed adjacent to a high wine cooler, the cabinet’s interior is made of cherry wood and comprises of a Carrara marble worktop and sink with a stylish Carrara marble splash-back. The wine glasses are accommodated on glass shelves and positioned above is a wooden wine rack in solid cherry. The inside of the cupboard and cherry drawers have a striking hammered silver surface, which is part of a new metallic range created with metal powder and exclusive to Roundhouse. The ergonomically designed front doors employ a system that permits them to rotate and glide back out of sight, whilst the wine rack door above rises up out of the way allowing an easy way in to the wine.
Simplicity is often the winning format for a shaker kitchen.
It is apparent that the trend for modern classics will continue to be strong in 2013, as consumers persist in choosing a shaker plan for their kitchen.
In response to this demand, Mereway Kitchens are presenting a brand new look, with a 5-piece shaker door for Winchester, the most recent addition to their Complete Kitchen range.
Anglo Kitchens have designed a Kosher kitchen that is both practical and good looking and made especially to meet the needs of Jewish clients, using solid oak carcasses and Bianco Guevera Granite.
The Kosher kitchen uniquely provides different preparation areas for meat and dairy, as well as separate dishwashers and microwaves. A Passover cupboard is also included.
Smallbone is updating one of its most popular kitchen designs – the Original Handpainted Kitchen, has had every element refined to give it a new modern edge.
The key features of the new Handpainted Kitchen include, sophisticated combinations of natural materials, shapes, colours and textures:
Underwood Furniture, one of Britain’s leading bespoke furniture-makers has launched a new website.
The new website showcases Underwood’s cheerful and contemporary stance on kitchens; their classic designs are as much at home in lively urban settings as in more rural areas of the country.
The Kitchen Dresser Company creates bespoke furniture that is as beautiful as it is practical, using traditional skills, which is nice to know, since nowadays so many are criticizing the decline in our time-honoured British industries.
As specialists in the design and construction of fine kitchen furniture, The Kitchen Dresser Company uses only the highest quality materials, while employing long-established cabinet-making skills: The collections of furniture from this family run company, have evolved from a simple dresser to include a range of truly individual, custom pieces. Every item is timeless, pleasing to the eye and distinctive and made by hand by craftsmen right here in England, in traditional Victorian workshops in the heart of the historic Staffordshire Potteries. Each piece is worked on by a single craftsman, using dovetail and tenon joints, to ensure solid furniture that is a delight to live with and sturdy enough to withstand constant daily use. The range comprises Kitchen Dressers, Sideboards, Tables and Chairs, Worktops and The Morning Room – a collection of refined yet modest furniture ideally suited for reception rooms. Featured here is the creamy white Butler Sideboard, which will hold almost everything needed to set your table for a special lunch or supper. Priced from £2295.
Furniture in the collections is available in a range of natural paint colours, from Old White and Butter, through to Sage and Rosehip Red, as well as any other designer colour of your choice.
Margaret Thatcher’s Dulwich house was fitted with a handmade Smallbone kitchen, which had won the Prime Minister’s heart at first sight and in 1985 was one of the most widely reported features about her home.
As a Smallbone Kitchen owner, she joined the ranks of celebrity fans of the company, which included Rowan Atkinson, Nigel Mansell and Dustin Hoffman. Today, the company is still known for its international star following.
As a direct result of this media coverage, Mrs. Thatcher’s Dulwich kitchen was carefully recreated at Pinewood Studios for the set of The Iron Lady film, now released.
Barnes of Ashburton are celebrated for their designs in hand-crafted bespoke kitchens, but in response to the increasing numbers of people choosing to work from home, they have entered the market for home offices.
If space is at a premium and converting a box room or garage isn’t an option, then a home office space can easily be created within your living room.
A cleverly planned bespoke workspace should cover essential storage whether fitted or freestanding and will include:
Here are some great tips on how to maximize the space in a small kitchen, courtesy of Debbie Bowden, designer Barnes of Ashburton.
Bespoke is best! The beauty of commissioning a bespoke kitchen is that the cabinetry is made with your kitchen size in mind. Every centimetre is resourcefully utilised to create efficient work-space and storage. Worktops can be reduced in depth, cabinets scaled down in size. Everything is possible, as every component is made to measure. However, bespoke needn’t mean expensive with prices starting from £15000. Pull out “Magic Corners” with a soft close mechanism provide an ideal corner storage system. These prevent food items, or hard to reach crockery languishing at the back of cupboards. Recycling is still important in a small space. Discrete, pull out bins with compartments for sorting compost, glass and plastics, can be integrated into a kitchen, however small. Choose appliances to make the most of the space available – a ¾ size dishwasher for example, or a multifunction oven. Create the illusion of space by not fitting wall cabinets. The owner of the kitchen featured, requested a traditional, hand-painted kitchen, with a relaxed feel. But for more of a contemporary, sleek look, consider handle-less kitchens. Create the illusion of space with light-reflective paint, or hi-gloss finishes. And if you can accommodate a central island, scale it down and create a sociable place for guests to perch.
For more information about the Barnes of Ashburton’s bespoke kitchen solutions, please visit the website.
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