FOCUS ON…mixing textures

3rd Jun 2019

Here at Bradburys, we create bespoke kitchen designs where no two kitchens are the same. We have many different colours, materials and finishes available and can use units in virtually any size to design a space that perfectly suits the way you live.

To make your kitchen design unique and your own, it is a good idea to mix different materials and textures to add contrast and make an impact. More and more we are finding that people are being bold with their design choices and no longer stick to one colour for units and a separate colour for worktops. People are adding interest and personality by choosing different metals, woods, glass and stone and mixing them seamlessly to achieve a sophisticated look. It is best to stick to a simple tonal colour palette for this look; with different shades of the same colour, to stop the room from looking too busy. You can then bring the space to life with a statement pendant light, and lots of hidden lighting beneath wall units and worktops to really make it shine.

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Get the look…

  1. Steel & lava WARENDORF – Die Küche  door from Bradburys
  2. Knotty Oak in silver grey WARENDORF – Die Küche door from Bradburys
  3. Pendant light from TLW
  4. Fusion tap in matt black from Quooker
  5. BORA professional 2.0 cooktop and extractor
  6. Dekton worktop in Trilium
  7. Railings by Farrow and Ball
  8. Stella Nova Oak bar stools from SPEKVA

Book your kitchen design consultation in our Exeter showroom and we can advise you on the best use of space, colour, materials and the latest technology.

If you are planning an extension or new build property, we can use your architects plans and work closely with you from start to finish to help you create the perfect kitchen for you and your family.

 


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