Nobilia Alpine White Kitchen Teddington
Nobilia Alpine White Kitchen, Teddington
Sleek and minimalist Kitchen featuring glossy Alpine White units, a stainless steel Rangemaster Range Cooker and an elegant breakfast bar.
Kitchen Furniture: NOBILIA Lacquer, Alpine White High Gloss (handleless)
Worktops: Silestone Quartz, Royal Reef
Sink: Under mounted 1 ½ Stainless Steel
Splashback: White Tiles
Appliances: Stainless steel Rangemaster Range Cooker and Extractor, integrated Fridge-Freezer.
Extra Features: Low level open shelving
Kitchen Designer: Liam Springer
A Crisp and Smart Look
This elegant and minimalistic Kitchen design has been achieved by mixing and matching different elements, all in a white-on-white colour scheme. The handleless, glossy white cabinetry—NOBILIA Lacquer, Alpine White High Gloss—is completely free of adornment and helps to define the bold and minimalistic look. The all-in-white colour scheme allows light to flood into the Kitchen, keeping it modern and fresh.
The streamlined design has been enhanced by the lack of door handles and the use of materials in continuous white (cabinetry, worktop and tiles), even the Fridge-Freezer is concealed behind glossy white fronts. However, the breakup of a solid run of white happens when a contrasting visual element is added in the design. Here, the Rangemaster Range Cooker, in cool stainless steel, works as a strong focal point, complementing, defining this working area and adding a touch of industrial chic to the design.
Storage is elegant and abundant. There are numerous wall and base units, as well as handy and extra-wide pull-outs, a larder and a stylish open shelves lower unit by the breakfast-bar.
To keep the streamlined look and enhance symmetry, the breakfast-bar stools match the number of pendants and replicate the same colour finish.
To finalise the look, LED lights have been cleverly installed underneath the wall units, adding an instant uplift and excitement to this modern and vibrant space.
Another successful project completed by Richmond Kitchens.
March 15, 2018