Curves and natural materials

23rd Dec 2019

Good design should look and feel effortless despite the hard work and attention that has gone into it. Our latest brief at Bradburys was for a wonderful contemporary new-build home in Cornwall, which was to be energy efficient, using natural materials and be mindful of the landscape, making the most of stunning views to the coast in two directions. The property, designed by Bazeley architects was driven “by the clients’ desire to found the building’s design within the principles of sacred geometry.” The kitchen is completely round, so clever innovation and a lot of thought and effort went into creating this beautiful design.

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Bradburys designer Nick Dolling worked closely with our clients to ensure that this design sits perfectly within the rest of the home by using natural, authentic materials and warm, calming colours. The kitchen had to mirror the sweeping curves of the main house. Nick, together with our clients chose Stoneham kitchens for the units because of their quality materials, finishes and manufacturing process, he then cleverly angled the units to follow the shape of the room. There are no harsh angles or lines, and the clients interior design ties the whole scheme together, creating a calm and peaceful retreat for the family. A large oak breakfast bar from Spekva mirrors the oak tall units and makes a perfect division between kitchen and dining and brings the family together socially. The latest technology and appliances from Miele, including an induction hob that also follows the homes curves, finish off this kitchen to a high standard.

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Get the look…

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  1.  Mode door front by Stoneham kitchens
  2.  Elan door front in light oak by Stoneham kitchens
  3.  Original BTC Coolie Prismatic pendant lights by AMOS lighting
  4.  Farrow and Ball paint in Cromarty
  5.  Quooker Flex boiling water tap in chrome
  6.  Wave bar stool by Tonon
  7.  Corian worktop in Linen
  8.  Spekva breakfast bar in Oak

If you are thinking about a new kitchen extension or renovation for the new year, contact our experienced designers to go through your plans and ideas in our large showroom.


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