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Concrete and dark grey laminate and silk matt minimalist slab door kitchen by Burnhill Kitchens Ltd

The client wanted something that was a little bit rough around the edges in terms of look, so we created an industrial meets steampunk style. The kitchen was planned to be located into a new extension and we were involved early enough in the process to suggest ideas such as leaving the walls un-plastered and using facing bricks on the inside rather than just brick slips. The flooring is Porcelain tiles, taking on a timber-like effect which pulls in elements of the room together.

The pipework for the sink is fully exposed, using the taps with varying on off valves for detail and the electrical conduit is used to add in the industrial feel. The natural white LED strip lights above the larders and below the wall units were added in to create mood lighting, Designing this space in Otto Concrete and Anthracite felt like the best choice to complement the steam punk look; pairing the cabinets with the Dekton Trillium worktop enhanced the industrial essence along with the copper pipework adding a distinctive touch and breaking down the barriers of a typical kitchen design by pushing the boundaries. The kitchen features a venting hob, oven, combi microwave and warming drawer whilst disguising a dishwasher and washer drier seamlessly. The American fridge sits just outside this space in the lobby area between the kitchen and dining room and it shows this all fits into a relatively small 4m x 2.6m space, proving a small space can be practical and stylistic.

From initial meetings to completion time, the project had taken 8-9 months to fit including worktops, overall the build itself had taken two and a half months to complete.

Designer James' commentary: “Creating something outside the box is about individuality of the client and designer and the spark of ideas in between. With this design they wanted something that had individuality, rustic and semi industrial look. So I combined the clients and my ideas to use finishes that most people wouldn’t entertain. The clients had confidence in my design as we had completed a project for them previously (although very different) they knew I could deliver an outstanding finished project.”

  • Accessories
  • Bespoke Painted
  • Bespoke Sizes
  • Curved Doors
  • Designer
  • Handle-less
  • Luxury
  • Modern
  • Open units
  • Painted
  • Quality
  • Slab
  • Solid timber
  • Storage
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