Sola Kitchens

Modern Scandi

Elemental

Surrounded by massive picture windows looking across the wild Danish landscape, this kitchen feels as if it is part of the scenery. A black-oak island with beautiful graining is the focus and anchors the space whilst handle-less white cabinetry is unobtrusive. Danish design Poulsen lights and Dinesen flooring complete the space. – Denmark –

Japandi minimalism

‘Japandi’ is a trend blend of Japanese and Scandi minimalism; combining simple, functional design with natural materials and craftsmanship. In this Danish kitchen, mix and match drawer sizes are hidden behind a uniform slatted oak facade. White floating shelves with minimal décor almost disappear, creating space to breathe and reset. – Copenhagen, Denmark –

Sculptural simplicity

Scandinavian minimalist design at its finest, this polished brass island has a large floating overhang in white oak, cantilevered elegantly over bespoke upholstered seating blocks. Continuing the high-end feel, drawers are lined with oak matching the breakfast bar and Dornbracht taps echo the crisp angles of the inset sink. The ultimate luxury. – Denmark –

Tri-aspect kitchen

Scandinavians are always seeking ways to maximise light in the darkness. This amazing airy kitchen/living space with its pale wood flooring and floor to ceiling windows makes us feel at one with nature. The kitchen can be packed away behind pocket doors to maintain a streamlined finish so nothing detracts from the beautiful setting. – …

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Fireplace ‘Hygge’

Less clutter, more function. Nordic design invites homemakers to let nature in through the rays of the sun, natural materials and airy space. The beautiful grain of the black-stained oak is celebrated against the white floor to ceiling cabinetry in this simple Nordic kitchen. A contemporary fireplace links kitchen and living spaces. – Denmark –

Olive tree

The brief – to not look like a kitchen! A spectacular olive tree, built within the antiqued-mirror clad island, emphasises the double-height vaulted ceiling. A natural palette of forest-green and warm walnut continues the natural theme. A final touch for the keen chef in the household; our magic cooktop hidden within the slab of porcelain. …

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Black and white

This pared back black and white kitchen allows life to create the colour in the space. Understated handle-less white cabinetry hides impressive amounts of storage and minimises clutter. Dramatic black walls and splashbacks plus pale Dinesen flooring provide warmth in this monochrome kitchen. – Denmark –

Modern beach house

A warm, white-pigmented oak island, with inbuilt hob and sink, complements the full height white cabinets and polished concrete flooring. Gaggenau appliances integrated behind pocket doors create an even more minimal look. This Danish home, set on the beach, provides a perfect place to relax and recharge. – Denmark –

Fjord views

Simplicity of form and uncompromised durability were the aims of this design, integrating local craftsmanship throughout the process. Stark colours mixed with contrasting patterns create a quiet aesthetic, leading the eye to the incredible views of the Fjord below. – Norway –