Mixing it up in the kitchen - hand made wood and painted kitchen designed in Hampshire
Combining wood with handmade painted kitchen furniture can create many different looks, add warmth, charm and luxury or give your kitchen a country, industrial or rustic feel. Mix contemporary smooth lines with wooden slab ends and surfaces to create warmth in a minimalistic modern kitchen. Pilasters, wooden block feet, cornice inserts, mantel shelves and decorative furniture blocks add a touch of luxury to a traditional shaker style kitchen and creates a more contemporary country look. Traditional hand-made kitchens can be created to reflect a more contemporary look and feel. A slab in frame design using flat doors gives the classical handmade kitchen design a modern, fresh contemporary edge. Visit Beau-Port Kitchens in Bentworth. Nr. Alton and Southsea, in Hampshire for expert advice and designs
Inside display units or under wall mounted units can be clad in wood to create interest. Cleverly inset wooden trays, chopping boards, integrated wine racks, built-in bookcases, guide rails, pull out shelves and fixed shelf covers over pull out baskets, created in wood are practical and aesthetically pleasing.
For a more industrial feel the hand-crafted, modern-rustic look is big in interiors right now. Mix plain flat painted door furniture featured in handmade slab in-frame kitchens with minimal bare walls, pale wood and industrial look quartz work tops complete vibe. Use quality materials and natural colours for the best effect. Alternatively, flat slab design can be created which is framed but not in-frame.
Another option is the brasserie style kitchen which blends polished metal work surfaces with contemporary painted or coloured furniture add a pale wood minimalistic dresser, island seating or table and chairs in light natural wood hues, team with on trend copper or metal handles and kitchen items to complete the look.