Kitchens are an area in the home that I really enjoy; one, as I love to cook and, two, they are complicated to design compared to other areas in the modern home. Kitchens require a knowledge of materials, hardware, mechanics of the home (plumbing and electrics) as well as great spacial awareness.
When I talk about bespoke kitchens I mean completely bespoke, as in unique and not a process where by you choose from a series of off-the-shelf products to create your own look although this does have its place. I have attached a few of the kitchens we have worked on, by "we" I mean Andrea Felice, a good friend and great craftsman.
|Traditional kitchen, hand painted with solid beach tops.Photo by Wayne Maxwell.|
|Modern kitchen, satin spray finish with sold Wenge worktops.Photo by Wayne Maxwell.|
|A small modern kitchen, well planed with great appliances.Photo by Wayne Maxwell.|
|This kitchen was designed to be sympathetic to a Span development by Eric Lyons, the building was built in 1956.Photo by Wayne Maxwell.|
|A modern kitchen in Soho central London.Photo by Wayne Maxwell.|