Well, well, well – haven’t we got a lot to tell you about this month!
First off, we were very pleased to see some rather wonderful photos of a kitchen in Wandsworth we worked on in collaboration with Huntsmore Design & Build:
Another finished kitchen, another brilliant project collaboration 👍👍👍#Repost from @huntsmore_design_build with @repostapp ・・・ Full renovation in Wandsworth complete. Thanks to @brayerdesign for this superb bespoke kitchen and @ahpeckflooring for their work on the parquet flooring. Range cooker from @lacancheuk and paint colours are @farrowandball ‘Strong White’. Fantastic photos taken by @snookphotograph #chrissnookphotography #lacanche #brayerdesign #ahpeckflooring #houzzuk #thelisthouseandgarden #theresidentlondon #thelondonmag #interiordesign #interior #woodenfloor #farrowandball #kitchendesign #kitchen #rangecooker ・・・ #kitchens #instakitchen #instahome #igkitchen #swlondon #wandsworth #kitchendesignideas #kitcheninspo #kitchendecor
This kitchen project was an absolute delight to work on and we’re so thrilled with how great our bespoke shaker style kitchen cabinets look in this bright and inviting space.
At the beginning of the month, we were also very pleased to learn that our Wandsworth penthouse apartment kitchen, study and living area had been featured in July’s issue of Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms Magazine:
— Brayer Design (@BrayerDesign) 22 June 2017
We’re still incredibly proud of multi-purpose, open-plan space and all that we achieved here. It’s not the biggest space we’ve worked in… but it’s definitely up there in terms of the view!
And last but not least, our much-loved Surbiton light grey kitchen made it into a lovely featured ideabook on Houzz, all about the sheer brilliance of the butlers’ sink.
We love this project because it’s the perfect example of how you can achieve a contemporary-mixed-with-traditional kitchen for a style that doesn’t feel out of sorts with the rest of your home.