Last month we were proud to exhibit at Clerkenwell Design Week. This was our debut at this event and also our first ever exhibition – so we were fascinated to see the kind of response we’d get.
In our last post we looked at common materials for kitchen doors and the performance of each. Now, we’re going to be taking a deeper dive into a few of the more unusual (and expensive!) options on the market. A lot of these might not be to everyone’s taste, but can be added as striking accents to more conventional kitchen doors or provide a bold alternative to those looking to liven up their bespoke kitchen décor.
Kitchens are the heart of every home and have entirely different lighting needs to any other room in the house. Not only is there the practical need to create a well-lit space for preparing food, but there’s also the very important function of setting up a homely and welcoming environment to entertain guests and share meals in.