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Berkshire Contemporary Kitchen

Berkshire Contemporary Kitchen

BERKSHIRE CONTEMPORARY BESPOKE STEEL AND ASH KITCHEN DINER IN A GRADE II LISTED GEORGIAN PROPERTY Simon Taylor Furniture was commissioned to design a contemporary kitchen and dining space in a Grade II listed Georgian property in Berkshire. Formerly a stately home dating back to 1800, the property had been previously converted into luxury apartments. The owners, a couple with three children, live in the ground floor flat, which has retained its original features throughout. When the property was originally converted, the ground floor drawing room salon had been reconfigured to become the kitchen and the owners wanted to use the same enclosed space, but to bring the look of the room completely up to date as a new contemporary kitchen diner. In direct contrast to the ornate cornicing in the original ceiling, the owners also wanted the new space to have a state of the art industrial style, reminiscent of a professional restaurant kitchen. The challenge for Simon Taylor Furniture was to create a truly sleek kitchen design whilst softening the look of the overall space to both complement the older aspects of the room and to be a comfortable family dining area. For this, they combined three essential materials: brushed stainless steel and glass with stained ask for the accents and also the main dining area.   Simon Taylor Furniture designed and manufactured all the tall kitchen cabinetry that houses dry goods and integrated cooling models including an wine climate cabinet, all with brushed stainless steel fronts and handles with either steel or glass-fronted top boxes. To keep the perfect perspective with the four metre high ceiling, these...
Green Park

Green Park

GREEN PARK CONTEMPORARY CHOCOLATE CONCRETE AND BRONZE GLASS KITCHEN Adjoining a capacious living and dining space accessed by double doors, this contemporary kitchen is situated in an imposing Victorian building near Green Park in the heart of central London. Simon Taylor Furniture was commissioned to create a stylish handleless kitchen with a glamorous aesthetic featuring a range of sumptuous textures. For this, designer Tony Lister chose a colour palette of chocolate brown, bronze and black to create a rich and dramatic effect. Tall cabinetry is constructed using a chocolate coloured concrete door front, with all internal cupboards finished with a bronze Xyloleaf textured material, making it look luxurious inside and out. While the kitchen is handleless with soft-close doors and drawers in the main, the two doors that open the Gaggenau tall fridge and freezer feature specially designed long bespoke handles by blacksmith, Ged Kennett. To complement the textured concrete we created satin bronze matt glass door fronts and then made splashbacks in the exact same bronze colourway to create a block of colour in shimmering bronze to face the double doors. We also used an aged bronze finger rail plate to tie the colour scheme together and create something truly original. The overhead cabinetry features Blum Aventos lift systems which close automatically by touching the sensor. Internal storage systems and Legrabox drawer boxes are also by Blum. The 20mm worksurface and peninsula is by Caesarstone in a Vanilla Noir colourway throughout, which has a pale vein running through the darker stone that picks out colours from the cabinetry. All integrated cooling, dishwashing and cooking appliances are by Gaggenau....
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