In luxury kitchen design, every detail has to exude sophistication, including the storage solutions. From separate hidden kitchen spaces to concealed pantries and elegant drinks stations, there are many ways to maximise space without compromising on style.
Currently, in kitchen design, there's a prevailing trend towards neutral tones, with shades of white, beige and grey dominating the landscape. And while there's no denying the timeless elegance of these hues, there's something truly transformative about the power of colour.
In the world of bespoke interior design, every project tells a unique story - a story of collaboration, creativity and craftsmanship. Today, we're shining the spotlight on one of our most memorable projects: the Blue Verditer & Bleached Oak Boot Room in Cheshire, crafted for one of our valued clients.
When it comes to creating high-end, bespoke spaces, attention to detail is paramount in the pursuit of luxury and quality. One of our more unique case studies that perfectly encompasses these principles is the Gilded English Oak Bar in Cheshire. It is one of our favourite recent projects where our client entrusted us to transform a Grade 2 listed outbuilding into a very special residential bar.
The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home - it’s a space where culinary masterpieces are crafted and memorable moments are shared. When designing a luxury kitchen, every element matters and one of the most crucial aspects to consider is the flooring. In our latest blog we explore the various options available and provide insights into choosing the perfect surface and style for your luxurious kitchen.
The festive season is just around the corner, and it's the perfect time to transform your kitchen into a welcoming and functional space for cooking, entertaining and creating lasting memories with your loved ones.
A well-designed kitchen is the heart of any home and when it comes to creating the perfect kitchen, the layout plays a crucial role.
When it comes to designing a kitchen, there are many different elements that are important to our clients; functionality, aesthetics and capturing their individuality to name a few. Another aspect that is becoming increasingly important to many is sustainability, particularly as we move to a more eco-conscious world.
When it comes to creating a truly bespoke kitchen that exudes luxury and elegance, every single detail matters. One often underestimated but incredibly impactful element in kitchen design is lighting.
The Quooker tap has not escaped hesitancy from our clients over the years. After all, the concept of a tap that produces instantly boiling water can seem incredibly alarming at first. However, this “tap that does it all” is not only extremely innovative, but exceptionally safe.
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