Sofia Bune Strandh brings Scandinavian design heritage to London homes.
We are proud to announce that we have recently been nominated for the EK&B Business’ Master Kitchen Retailer of the year award 2016. Nominated from a long list of entries, Sola Kitchens has been shortlisted as one of the final six. We are keenly awaiting the results evening on December 1st, thank you for your support.
Sola Kitchens is very excited to introduce a new option to our existing range of metal finishes! The latest addition is our distinctive Form 45 range by Multiform, which now comes in a regal brass finish. Polished brass-clad doors and a unique 45-degree angle edging bring to life the designers vision of a floating brass cube, creating a sensational statement piece like no other. This elegant new finish joins our current metal ranges, comprising of copper, brass and stainless steel finishes, each bringing their own tonal twist to our innovative designs. For more information, please see: Form 45 in Brass, Form 1 in Copper and Smoked Oak and Form 2 in Stainless Steel.
Our Indigo Scott Project in Wimbledon has recently been shortlisted for the International Architecture and Design Awards for the over £100,000 kitchen category! We would be extremely grateful if could show us your support by voting for us! Please vote through the link below.
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Sola Kitchen is very pleased to announce that its brand new showroom in Hampstead is now open.
The showroom is conveniently situated on 83 Heath Street, just a few meters from Hampstead underground station.
The showroom features a comprehensive range of both classic and contemporary kitchen styles with some stunning design elements such as burnished brass worktop.
We also delighted to show some new cutting edge technology such as the first ever worktop with integrated induction elements which enables you to cook directly on your worktop without the need of an actual hob! Sola Kitchens is the first showroom in the UK to exhibit this fantastic new product from TPB. Please feel free to pop in for a look and a demonstration.
One of our kitchens was featured as the “Kitchen of the week on Houzz”, see the full article here: http://www.houzz.co.uk/ideabooks/49096551/list/kitchen-of-the-week-supersized-storage-in-a-striking-surrey-kitchen
View one of our latest designs, a Shaker style kitchen painted in light grey with Carrara marble worktops and brass handles. To accommodate the L-shaped room, the island was designed as an L-shape with tall legs to make the space feel light and airy. See more of this design here.
Choosing the right colour can be one of the most difficult decisions when designing your new kitchen. Not only do you want a colour that you really like, but it should also go well with the floor, walls, worktops and the soft furnishing… And if that wasn’t enough maybe you also need to consider the potential resale of the property and what would appeal to potential buyers.
White has been a popular and very safe choice for quite some time. Lately however, grey has started to emerge as an increasingly popular alternative to white.
Grey is a beautiful and fantastically versatile colour that can be matched with almost any other colour, depending on the shade of grey that you use. Light grey cabinets can be combined with dark grey worktops and vice versa. Different shades of grey can be used for different parts of the kitchen, such as a light grey kitchen with a dark grey island. Grey can also be spiced up with some fun accessories, such as a brightly coloured splashback or tiles.
Shown here is one example of a beautiful dark grey kitchen with light worktops. Also, if you haven’t seen it, The English Home features this kitchen in its January issue, see the article here. If you want more inspiration, have a look at our other kitchen photos for more grey options or pop in to Sola Kitchens’ Fulham Design Centre for a chat with one of our designers!