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Here is a sneak peek of recently photographed kitchens which will soon be featured in interiors magazines. (We hold off sharing the whole project until it has been published in the press.)

London Design Week 2022

It was a glorious return to post pandemic in-person design events when we were invited by Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour to be one of 26 House Guests in their Design Avenue for London Design Week 2022. We launched two pieces of furniture, the Brixton Dresser and the Work Table, both are made to order. Drawing inspiration from the faded beauty of 19th century sailors’ woollies, we introduced three new colours to our palette : Milton Blue, a chalky cornflower blue, Regent Red a rich and spicy red and Eccles, a soft and warm beige.
Photography: Malcolm Menzies

The Pergola House’s Kitchen

The creative couple who own this Victorian terrace worked with Benjamin Wilkes architects to create The Pergola House, a timber framed, single story, ground floor extension, shortlisted for the Don’t Move Improve Awards 2022 and featured in a Dwell magazine article on creating the perfect kitchen. Pluck’s Brockwell Moss and Ruskin Blossom cabinetry looks beautiful in the space, which has a palette created by Benjamin to be a muted interpretation of the rich contrasting tones of the original Victorian house interior, with warm and tactile materials including clay render, exposed oak and terrazzo. There is ample storage for keeping clutter at bay, a generous island and Spoke shelves above the sink area which bring a lightness to the design.
Photographer: Billy Bolton

Wandsworth ‘Tranquil and Timeless’ Kitchen

The couple who renovated this kitchen had lived in their 1930s house for 16 years so were confident with how they wanted to use the space. The Brockwell Moss and Helix Grey complements the views through the new glazed steel doors out to garden greens. The Aga is decades old and when paired with the cabinetry exemplifies how this room is an easy mix between old and new. Ideal Home magazine described the kitchen as ‘Tranquil and Timeless…with high-quality fixtures sitting alongside classic vintage elements’. Our cabinetry design includes brass recessed handles and a double door larder with a Market Mustard interior.
Photography: Malcolm Menzies

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