The Scandinavian Kitchen

Inspired by the in vogue styling from Scandinavia with beautiful stripped timbers and vibrant colours

A vibrant, contemporary space flooded with natural light for this spacious family bespoke kitchen in Bristol. The client wanted a colourful, social space that was also functional for everyday, constant use.

The mustard yellow colouring is on trend for the season and adding a striking statement to the room and by subtly book-matching the oak veneers throughout, an intense sense of quality and style has been conjured. The added texture contrasts with the stainless steel and breaks up the clean lines of the bespoke kitchen, whilst complementing the yellow colour scheme.

Although a bold addition the stainless steel work surfaces provide a robust, hygienic preparation surface which looks effective and highlights the modern, industrial look of the room. Oversized filament lamps finish off the space. They have been hung randomly on black braided cord to create a statement cluster, bringing to life the client’s personality and sense of style.

Photo Credit: Simon Plant

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3D Renders

As every kitchen we design is bespoke, it’s important for us to visualise the space for our clients. We create photo-realistic 3D rendered images to help our clients visualise the space. These designs form the basis of what we build.