The design of many of our most treasured British Country Houses so often reflects a classic style all of its own, often restrained, understated, subtle and elegant.
These are the characteristics that our Eden Manor traditional kitchens tries to achieve for our clients country homes.
This look can be achieved by the careful design and manufacture of what we produce, such as period mouldings, the width of door frames and the proportion of our furniture.
Top off this design with a stunning piece of granite, marble or even solid wood and this effectively transforms the whole look of the kitchen.
To then really replicate the classical look why not use some Honed Carrara Marble worktops as an understated background to a beautiful kitchen.
In Georgian and Edwardian architecture Carrara was the marble of choice and was seen in many of the finest country houses in England such as Chatsworth house. Being luxurious without being opulent and 'not considered vulgar' due to its understated veining. A comment we smile at today but was of real importance in its day. Even Marble Arch is build from Carrara marble.
The look of a handcrafted fine English painted kitchen is the epitome of fine design, this can be hand-painted to any colour, and yes I mean hand-painted. Leaving very fine barely distinguishable brush marks, carefully applied with just enough of a coating to let the grain show through. The beauty of this is that if you become bored of the colour or in years time there are wear marks it can be re-coated to bring it back to its former glory a truly timeless elegant bespoke kitchen design.
This is our new display set showing the Pietra real Mineral Stone base unit door finished in black. Featuring the Pull out push to open system from Blum.
The Deda kitchen doors are available in any colour and can be made in high gloss or satin finishes, there are many more examples on our Deda page.
Using clever design features such as the Dekton worktops which are resistant to scratching, heat and chemicals among others.
Feel free to contact me if you would like these finishes included in your new kitchen.
Utilising our contemporary modern metallic elements within your kitchen can create a look that is totally unique. Colours such as our Copper metallic doors exude a warmth and warmer tone than the high gloss whites that are so prevalent at the moment.
This can create a style that is more elegant and would be more suited to bright and contemporary kitchen setting. The most exclusive of our kitchen collections, mixing this with the Pietra range of mineral doors creates an extremely tactile and eye-catching statement piece. This we are sure is definitely a style I am looking forward to seeing more of in the near future.
The new synchronised pore technology offered by many top end board manufacturers brings two external sensations to the offing, they not only look extremely realistic, but this new technology also 'lines up' the look of the grain with an indentation into the board creating a material that is not only looks good, but is also very tactile at the same time. Bringing these materials into a design not only looks but feels very attractive, with deeply textured finishes on both sides.
The White Gladstone Oak with its knots and planks brings an authentic wood look to an interior, especially when mixed with light and dark greys. Also using accent colours in aqua and blue which are quite on trend this season this can make an impression in any room.
July’s Decor of the Month is one of Egger's collection the new light beech decors from the Natural Country Beech.
This decor is a perfect example of how beech decors have evolved. The cracks and knots add character and warmth and the colour variation in the wood grain means that it works particularly well as an accent colour when combined with popular whites and greys.
Natural Country Beech is suitable for use in a variety of applications including kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms.
It is beautifully complimented with White Grey, Cashmere Grey and Stone Grey