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Bespoke Handmade Kitchens With a Unique Sense of Style

Kitchens Plain English are traditionalists. They make kitchens the old fashioned way, by hand. Larders and laundries, sculleries and pantries; rooms defined by the dignity of utility, crafted from the best possible materials and infused with a unique sense of style, their kitchens start from £35,000 or $45,000.

 A celebration of elegance in this classic galley kitchen with Spitalfields cupboards painted in a deep tone to anchor the floor cupboards, enhanced with slabs of exquisite marble. In balance, the glazed wall cupboards give a glimpse of warm grey, applauding the tones of the robust metal stove and statement stone. Two discreet wall shelves give a home to favourite objects and kitchen accoutrements.

This resplendent Spitalfields kitchen reflects the natural elements of it’s Scottish surroundings. Distinctive deep green cupboards with striking Wilkes doors, sit firmly beneath the natural stone worktop. Burnished brass taps compliment the handcrafted shelf brackets and antiqued cupboard knobs. A hand painted window seat provides the perfect place to ponder and savour the Highland view.

lean & crisp organisation of space is cleanly defined in this calming family kitchen. Bespoke glazed screens painted in ‘Scullery Latch’ lead through from desk space to Scullery with Spitalfields cupboards painted in ‘Boiled Dishcloth’ paired with Antique brass handles. A boarded and shelved walkway offering additional storage with deep drawers, leads into the airy & welcoming kitchen with the Osea Island taking centre stage in soft mid-blue echoed in the Delft tiles and Marble worktop. 

A celebration of craft, colour and line in this studio kitchen. The play of light is echoed in the ‘tide-line’ painted boards combined with reeded glass and metal screens, both dividing and inviting. Purposeful Osea cupboards provide generous pull-out storage for all kitchen paraphernalia, painted in the perfect blue to compliment hand crafted Oak worktop. Brass drawer and cupboard pulls echo the warm tones in the Oak. A central worktable creates a social and practical surface with deep storage drawers to ensure all items are easily accessible.

The cabinetry in this kitchen and scullery has been hand-painted in Plain English’s ‘Rusty Nail’, creating a unique and characterful corner. Modern appliances are concealed behind Spitalfields cupboards with Wilkes doors and the worktops are oiled Oak. Raw linen, textured walls and a glint of burnished copper add depth to this cheerful design.

Calm serenity resonates through this graceful Spitalfields kitchen, with exquisitely detailed Folgate doors painted in our very own ‘Boiled Dishcloth’. The kitchen is perfectly framed by the architectural proportions of this West Village apartment.

“THE COLOURS WE USE HAVE LONG REFERENCED HISTORIC DISTEMPERS FOUND IN GEORGIAN, REGENCY AND VICTORIAN COUNTRY HOUSES, INCLUDING “LOST” HUES, EVOCATIVELY RE-NAMED AS SHADES SUCH AS DRAUGHTY PASSAGE AND BOILED DISHCLOTH.”

Melina Divani

Melina Divani is the owner and creator of Decoholic.org. Interior Design is her infinite passion without stop. Follow Melina on Instagram

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