design et al are delighted to announce that Sola Kitchens have been shortlisted for a Kitchen Design over £100,000 Award in The International Design and Architecture Awards 2015.
Indigo Scott wanted ‘The Lancaster Garden project’ to have a fresh appearance, far away from the conventional kitchen look.
The kitchen cabinetry is in a combination of materials. Sola Kitchens have produced the island in a grey brushed veneer and have designed all units along the walls to be in a chalk white matt painted finish.
The tall housings are framed with a faux wall with built in shelving to emphasise and add an impressive look. The tall units house an integrated larder fridge, two oven housings with a full set of Miele appliances, and also an integrated larder freezer. In addition to all appliances, they have also designed the larder to echo the island cabinetry by veneering the inside in the same grey brushed veneer. The long breakfast bar has storage behind the bar stools. Both ends of the island are finished off with a waterfall drop of composite stone. The same stone also wraps up and behind the wall cabinets on the hob run. Sola kitchens worked closely with the client to achieve perfect symmetry on all walls and balance for this beautiful property. The perfect balance is achieved through the choice of materials, finishes and colours. Interior design and kitchen design specifically requires so much knowledge, professionalism and adaptability to new technology and trends, it is important to recognise this profession. Sola’s passion for this comes across in this project which is more than just an aesthetic, it is based on Scandinavian and British finest design traditions.