Jane and Nick’s new Palazzo kitchen is a bold, striking and unique space, with multiple bespoke features and integrated modern appliances – a real statement piece.
The worktop incorporates a wild pattern with random veins of white, gold and copper that ripple through the intense dark background – this adds a real energy and flow to the space, whilst neatly tying all of the kitchen areas together. The breakfast bar, a curved, social area, provides Jane and Nick with a flexible centrepiece which can be used for casual dining and entertaining. The definition of the hob and breakfast bar areas were accentuated by doubling up the thickness to 60mm and finishing with a distinctive Ogee-Bullnose edge detail.
Handmade Inset style furniture is used throughout, hand-painted in a soft warm white which beautifully offsets the worktop. Bespoke features such as the curved end pilasters and framed glass wall units with bronze mirror finish serve to elevate the furniture and provide elegance and style.
Sleek, modern appliances were installed – 2 full size single ovens for cooking flexibility and integrated options for the fridge, freezer and dishwasher. A Siemens 90cm hob and an angled black glass extractor provide a focal point to the kitchen. A Miele wine conditioning unit sits at its own bar area, ensuring coherence throughout the space. Finally, a Quooker 3-in-1 fusion tap in a polished chrome finish sits alongside the white Blanco Silgranit undermount sink, complementing the hob and worktop perfectly.
Croft & Assinder ‘Calgary’ handles in American Copper finish work harmoniously with the gold worktop swirl and provide the finishing touches to this outstanding space.
With the drama of the worktop being such a key feature, we ensured the furniture, material and textures were more classic and minimalist to create the refined look Jane and Nick were looking for. From conception to completion, our team worked wonders with this tricky space and Jane and Nick were absolutely delighted with their Palazzo Kitchen.