• Posts Tagged ‘wood’

    Kitchen of the Week: sleek character

    by  • September 30, 2015 • Kitchen Ideas

    Bellaghy-kitchenWhat do you do when you hanker after the warmth of wood but also have your heart set on clean, modern lines? This family chose birch-faced ply for the sleek cabinetry in their new-build home – it has a raw, pared back beauty that brings character without fussiness.

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    Good wood

    by  • September 25, 2015 • Kitchen Ideas

    Masterclass Kitchens

    This luxurious new Open-grain finish by Masterclass Kitchens mimics the look of aged wood but is actually vinyl.

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    Available with many of the company’s contemporary and classic ranges, it adds warmth and character to a scheme and comes in White, Nordic Truffle, Black and Stone Grey. Kitchens from £7,500.

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    Keep appliances hidden in bespoke Martin Moore cabinet

    by  • August 22, 2015 • Kitchen Products

    Martin Moore A15 Architectural (8)

    Bespoke kitchen specialist Martin Moore has introduced a new solution to keeping worktops clear and kitchens clutter-free. The Appliance Cupboard, shown here in a specially-created alcove, is a classic English-dresser style piece where each aspect has been designed in response to the needs of the owner. The microwave and plumbed-in coffee machine are hidden away behind cupboard doors, and other awkward kitchen items, such as juicers, cake-stands and mixers are also hidden away, ready to slide forward when needed. The shallow shelves are designed for easy view and access, a generous worktop runs the length of the cabinet, and drawers beneath provide storage for linens.

    Martin Moore A15 Architectural (7)

    The Appliance Cabinet is included here as part of a bespoke Martin Moore kitchen. Kitchen prices start at £35,000, including cabinetry, appliances and fitting.

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    Good wood

    by  • June 25, 2015 • Kitchen Products

    Minoli flooring

    Nothing beats the warmth and natural beauty of wood flooring, but it requires proper maintenance to keep it looking its best, especially in high-traffic areas like kitchens.

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