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A touch of glass

December 2020

A Touch of Glass

Light-reflective and luminous, stylish and stunning to look at, glass can be used in a number of ways in the kitchen. We have designed and made a number of glass-fronted kitchens, both in matt and gloss finishes. Ideal for rooms which receive a lot of natural light during the day, the kitchen can be lit with mood lighting in the evening to create a completely different ambience, and that is what we love about glass.

These two open plan glass kitchens feature different grey tones and are contemporary handleless versions designed for new extensions in older properties, both with panel doors leading to the garden in each home. Our award-winning Butlers Cross project features pale grey gloss glass for the island with darker grey fronts for the cabinetry while our Soulbury project is comprised of pale satin grey glass, with a neutral matt effect. Each of these projects feature mitred glass end panels, a design process developed by Simon Taylor Furniture and unique to us.

To add accents to each of these kitchens, we have used different timbers. American Black Walnut was perfect for Soulbury to complement the wooden floor, while a green-grey eucalyptus veneer was ideal for Butlers Cross, also to match the grey-toned flooring.

For more information about our truly bespoke glass kitchens, please get in touch.