21.03.19

The Cotswold collection with Blakes London

We are delighted to share our recent project with design-led kitchen and joinery company, Blakes London.

The exceptionally beautiful, simple and timeless kitchen is installed with our best-selling Cotswold collection drawer pulls, mushroom knobs and catches, all in a burnished brass finish.

As well as complementing the light-coloured cabinetry, we love how the burnished brass helps accentuate the abundance of clean, crisp white lines that surround it.

 

This elegant, handcrafted kitchen features a super-practical boot room, strategically hidden behind a stud wall that makes up the sink run. This amount of dedicated storage space is rare for a centrally located home in the city of London.

This Blakes London kitchen is living proof that the devil is in the detail. The metro tiles at the back of this cupboard add a whole new dimension to the unit.

Although light and airy on the surface, this kitchen is surprisingly cosy. The precise proportions of each display unit help achieve a perfectly balanced and harmonious room, fit for any family’s needs.

Kitchen by @blakesldn. Architecture by @gilespikearchitects and interior design by @johnstonparkeinteriors.

 

Armac Martin had the pleasure of interviewing Jamie Blake, Founder and Creative Director of Blakes London. Read more about his thoughts and inspiration behind this featured kitchen below.

Q: Where did your inspiration come from when designing this kitchen?

A: The vast space as well as the glazing were the primary inspiration in designing a layout that optimised the feeling of space and light! The client has Spanish origin and wanted a Mediterranean feeling to the space, and we achieved this by introducing tiling and keeping wall cabinetry to a minimum. 

 

Q: What is your favourite element of this kitchen?

A: This kitchen is an example of considered design at its best, I’m not sure I could point to just one element as my favourite. The success of this design is its seeming simplicity. On closer inspection, design enthusiasts will notice a complexity of design that seamlessly pulls together design trends from different eras. Industrial critall style glazing, popular in the 70’s and very of the moment, is combined with turn of the century style metro tiles and 18th century shaker inspired cabinetry. The result is a warm elegant space perfect for modern family living. 

 

Q: Why did you choose Armac Martin to supply the handles?

A: Armac Martin has become one of our go-to suppliers for excellent quality handles. On this occasion the elegant style of the Cotswold collection suited the design of the cabinetry. The client expressed an interest in a natural un-lacquered brass finish and the Cotswold collection delivers time and again!

 

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