In need of some inspiration to revamp the heart of your home? Take a look at a few of our favourite light, bright kitchens.
The Doughnut is a 120 layer print by Los Angeles painter Kenny Scharf, sprinkled with real diamond dust. A narrow window above the sink adds natural light and provides the perfect home for kitchen herbs to flourish. Click here for our article about this Hollywood glamour-filled home.
An Eye for Colour
A striking print of a woman in sunglasses serves as a splashback for the cooker. The idea works very well as a replacement for tiles, especially as there’s never much wall space in a kitchen. Subtle blues and greys make the most of the natural light. More pictures and the full story of this amazing renovation can be found here.
Beach House Feel
This spacious kitchen was designed and supplied by Martins of Hawkhurst. The panelled vaulted ceiling gives the home a beach house feel. The white walls and fittings combine with natural light to create a fresh, bright and airy feel. Find out more about this home here.
Wood softens this all-white kitchen with a wide oak trim around the central island. The copper kettle is from John Lewis and the brass wall lights are from Cox & Cox. The oven is a Neff Slide & Hide, as made famous by The Great British Bake Off. For the full story, read more here.
The modern, clean-white kitchen contrasts with the rustic beams and period features of this Wealden farmhouse; proving that a traditional home’s kitchen doesn’t have to be dark and dingy. Find out more about this country home, filled with natural light.
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