1. Osca kitchen. “The Osca kitchen is designed to bring a sense of nature and carthiness to modern urban living. Inspired by the wild coastal landscapes of Essex, the use of raw materials and blue cupboards, painted by hand in our Suffolk workshop, gives the kitchen an elemental feel and challenges the gloss and gadgetry that has, until now, characterized contemporary kitchen design.
The kitchen’s simplicity ensures that when trends change, it can be easily updated with a new coat of paint and new handles. The quality of its craftsmanship guarantees it will last as long as the house does” — Katie Fontana, creative director of Plain English Design.
2. Tally kitchen. Softened contours are the main feature of this kitchen’s island bench, which comes in either a brilliant gloss or a silk finish. The Tally kitchen is a truly contemporary design featuring low-angle units, semi-circular or quarter-circle units, as well as customized worktops with special shapes. Finished in a peacock-blue and walnut palette, this kitchen is modern, sophisticated and beautifully crafted.
3. This kitchen from Mobalpa takes a bold step into the world of orange, which brings a beautiful warmth to the space. Complete with handle-less cabinetry and the warm tones found in the timber, this kitchen is fresh, contemporary and has just a hint of Nordic influence.
4. Classic kitchen. It’s a pleasure to be in this classic kitchen, which features timber accents and a fresh, farmhouse feel. When paired with dark hues such as black and grey, the kitchen instantly combines a contemporary and industrial look with a traditional feel for a space that is sophisticated but also homely.
5. Belgrave kitchen. “The clients wanted a kitchen that would exude a wow factor the minute you saw it. Called the Belgrave. this design features mirrored doors, an ultra-high-gloss black finish and a white Smartstone bench-top, which certainly makes for an eye-popping design. The large island bench features a flush-mounted Abey sink and a Fagor black induction cooktop that adds to the seamless minimalist look, not to mention the amazing Elica mirror ball rangehood” — Rodney Pietzsch, kitchen designer, CEO and director of Prestige Kitchen Group.