Room with a view – A cosy window seat and pretty traditional glazing ensures this kitchen is connected with the garden all year round.
A classic/traditional fusion characterises this kitchen which makes the most of a clever layout to deliver plenty of features.
A not overly traditional kitchen with a contemporary twist. Slim rails and stiles on the doors to create an elegant, more delicate and refined look as opposed to having very chunky doors.
Unleashing potential – Attention to detail in this kitchen re-work transformed the room into a practical and light-filled multi-use space
Worth the wait – It may have been years in the planning, but a little patience has rewarded Sarah Russell with the dreamy country kitchen she always wanted.
Blue mode – Bold hues, brass accents and beautiful lighting bring a glamorous note to a busy family space.
Handleless Shaker kitchen in open plan kitchen-diner in Edwardian House in North London.
Perfect Harmony – This light and airy kitchen combines modern and classic design with eclectic accents beautifully
Timeless fusion – Combining classic and contemporary carefully can produce a hybrid kitchen that will stand the test of time
High and Mighty – Structural steel and wooden beams frame striking blue cabinetry in a sociable space
Period Drama – Glamorous 20th century style influences present. A contemporary ambience in this 19th century home, while staying true to the values of the property’s Arts and Crafts heritage.
Pure Style – A kitchen that embraces the light and celebrates clean lines and Scandi-inspired simplicity.
Size matters – A converted barn with wonderfully high ceilings and original beams, reinforced by steel, makes the ideal space for a large contemporary kitchen and dining area
Diamond in the rough – The words regal and rustic aren’t the most common compadres yet the rough luxe trend is bigger than ever.
Creative extensions – smart ideas that bring a new dimension to contemporary living (C) Homes and Gardens May 2017