Contemporary Dark Tones mixed with Antique Oak Browns
A modern décor trend at the moment is the Dark Kitchen Cabinets. Undoubtedly, going for dark colours in your kitchen, might go against the idea that a kitchen should have bright and warm colours. However, combine it with the warmth elements of the wood and the faux marble surfaces and you might be surprised at how well it works.
Leicht Bondi Carbon Grey and Synthia Antique Oak Fronts
The dark tones are dramatic and can blend well with natural elements, while the wood effect provides a more warm and organic welcoming contrast.
The white tones and the veined patterns follow the characteristics of natural rock formations bringing harmony and elegance to the whole project. On the island, the surface finishing chosen is Neolith Calacatta, digitally printed for the continuity of the veins.
Multiple ovens can also create a statement look. They bring in that professional quality to your cooking zone, as well as the possibility of cooking multiple dishes simultaneously, an added bonus to busy lifestyles. In this kitchen design, the owners have opted for integrated Siemens ovens (Microwave, Steam and Electric) to bring functionality and beauty to their kitchen.
Another beautiful detail in this unique Kitchen is the transition between the worktop and the splashback, all bookmatched so that the veins continue down the splashback and along the worktop. It gives a consistent overall impression.
At Richmond Kitchens, we design, supply and fit quality German and British kitchens from modern handle-less to more traditional shaker style. We have successfully installed many modern and classic kitchens in London specially west London boroughs such as Richmond, Kingston, Hammersmith, Acton, Chiswick, Fulham, Kensington, Putney, Hampton, Ealing, Wimbeldon and others.