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In Detail: Our ‘Midnight Blue’ Shaker Kitchen

Can you believe it’s February already? Seems like only yesterday everyone was getting ready for upcoming festivities…

And it was around this time, back in December, that we let everyone know we’d been busy bees working on another kitchen – but this time, it was our own.

Well, sort of.

Just before the end of the year, we decided it was time to update the design of the display kitchen at the Brayer Design studio and workshop. And since we shared it, this tall, dark and handsome shaker kitchen design has made quite the impression, especially on Instagram.

We were thrilled that so many people seemed to instantly fall in love with this design.

And so we thought – as there’s no official project page for this kitchen on our website –  we’d share a bit more information about this kitchen with another one of our ‘In Detail’ posts.

We hope it offers some valuable design inspiration for those on the hunt for their dream kitchen.

Midnight Blue Kitchen Design: In Detail

Let’s take a closer look at some of the design details featured in this kitchen…

Bespoke Country Cabinets by Brayer Design in our own ‘Midnight Blue’ with a dead flat matt finish:

Dark blue shaker kitchen design with brass handles and white tile splashback

Worktops in Carrara Veneto composite marble by KonigStone:

Carrara Veneto Marble Composite Worktops by Konigstone for Dark shaker kitchen design

Taps are weathered brass by Rudge & Co

Traditional vintage style weathered brass tap by Rudge & Co

 

Wall tiles are ‘Celina Moonlight’ by Vetro

Celina Moonlight by Vetro wall tiles splashback for dark shaker kitchen design

And the traditional handles and hinges are our own in burnished brass.

Brassware handles and hinges in burnished brass for dark blue-black kitchen cabinets

Like Our Style? Get In Touch

If you need our help creating the perfect kitchen for you and your home, please get in touch to discuss your project with us. Call us on 0208 397 1111 or email us here.

 

2019-02-01T09:26:06+00:00

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