Sola Kitchens

Month: March 2015

Sola Kitchens goes properly Scandinavian

Sola Kitchens goes properly Scandinavian Sola Kitchens goes properly Scandinavian and is pleased to announce the addition of another Scandinavian cabinet maker, namely Multiform which is the most prestigious kitchen supplier in Denmark and known for their ultra contemporary designs.

Rustic charm

We created a stunning Shaker kitchen that respects the heritage of this 370-year-old Cotswolds house whilst still enjoying modern comforts. Beautiful features like the glass panel looking through to a lantern light and the quirky storage boxes in the wall for ‘treats’ really make this kitchen unique! – Malmesbury, Wiltshire – View article This kitchen …

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…is how we would describe this space – everything in moderation. Forming a beautiful extension to a large family home, this kitchen was planned as an open-plan space for entertaining and for the whole family to gather. A neutral colour palette keeps the room bright and draws your eye to the beautiful outdoors. – East …

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Swedish-kitchen style

A Swedish style kitchen for a Swedish client! Bright white Shaker-style cabinetry lines the walls with a range of worksurfaces for food prep and enjoyment including steel, black granite and wood. Tongue and groove panelling, Swedish wallpaper and diamond glazing mirroring the dining room doors are the finishing touch.  – Epsom, Surrey – View article …

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Shades of grey

Our clients bought this beautiful maisonette to turn it into their dream home. We helped to create a multipurpose space, with a large island, that would accommodate their love of entertaining and also their two gorgeous dogs! The existing architectural features of the room were enhanced by the subtle kitchen design. – Fulham, London – …

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Carrara marble

Our clients’ passion for stylish interiors and cooking led the design for this unusual L-shaped kitchen. Mirroring the shape of the Carrara marble-topped island to the shape of the room provided an excellent workspace, seating area and storage. The high legs on the island also create the illusion of space keeping the room bright. – …

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Danish design

At the heart of Nordic design philosophy is a deep respect for functionality, clean lines and longevity. This Danish kitchen exemplifies these design traditions; pocket doors hide storage and appliances when not in use. The island houses the sink, taps by Dornbracht, and a Gaggenau hob all within clean contemporary lines and high quality cabinetry …

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Black-stained oak

Another example of an architectural monochrome kitchen featuring raised cabinetry on a platform plinth in black-stained oak. Looking like a piece of furniture, yet housing a sink and hob and clean white cabinetry, this space highlights the beauty of Japanese-influenced Scandinavian minimalism – Japandi. – Denmark –

Scandinavian serenity

There is no doubt, looking at this contemporary Scandi kitchen, which design family it comes from. The simplicity and beauty of white laminate combined with whitewashed ash adheres to all the principles of Scandinavian design; a functional aesthetic, use of natural materials and maximising light for those long Nordic winters. A timeless look. – Denmark …

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Orange crush

We love how a vibrant splash of orange brings light-hearted playfulness to this contemporary kitchen. When the cabinets are opened to reveal the vibrant orange inside, the vivid interiors ensure the space does not become too clinical. The hob is positioned on a bank of floating cabinets which adds to the sleek and contemporary look. …

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