The kitchen is arguably the most important room in the house. It’s often the room that involves the most effort to get right and therefore rightfully becomes the hub of the house. A room that you’ve often dreamed of having a specific way for years, and when you’ve finally got the design you have always coveted, it’s a room that you want to show off to everyone. And whilst a Naked Kitchen is so beautiful, our kitchen designs are that and so much more. They’re designed for living.
We love getting the chance to visit our clients homes to see their incredible Naked Kitchens, and the Highgate was no exception to this. An incredible modern, sophisticated kitchen made from one of the most traditional and beautiful materials; walnut timber. The Highgate kitchen is a beautiful example of how this rich traditional timber can be used to create a contemporary masterpiece.
Sharp, fresh lines paired with our angled handle-less detail to create a fresh modern room that beautifully balances function and form. Uncomplicated cabinetry arrangement and no wall cabinetry ensures the room remains fresh and open, which is further enhanced by one simple shelf the length of the wall. Displaying favourite items and other earthy accessories on this shelf also adds personality and another dimension to the room.
Sophisticated walnut gives this room a beautiful intensity that pairs incredibly with the open plan design of this room. The bespoke island with an American Black Walnut frame is a beautiful feature in this incredible room. With an integrated hob and a beautiful marble worktop set on an incredible minimalist frame, this island is simply stunning.
An integrated fridge, hidden behind a large walnut door adds to the sleek, minimalist vibe of this room. Balancing the earthy, rich tones of the Walnut and dark marble with the beautiful modern appliances and accessories creates a fresh, contemporary vibe in this incredible room.
By using a light oak for the parquet flooring, this provides a beautiful contrast against the rich walnut cabinets and island, ensuring that the room feels bright and open. This flooring type is incredibly on trend, and is the perfect base for this stunning Naked Kitchen.
Our latest creation here at the Naked Kitchen showroom has caused quite a stir on social media so far. Expanding our showroom is something we had been planning for quite some time now, so we finally turned our creative ideas into reality, and The Hampton Court Kitchen was created!
An incredible mixture of traditional and modern, this kitchen is so different to anything else we’ve ever created. A beautiful large island houses an innovative BORA downdraft extractor and hob, making cooking an incredibly easy task in this kitchen.
No bulky appliances or extractors mean that the kitchen maintains its soft clean lines which are highlighted even further by the use of the beautiful dusky heartwood colour. The matte black Lapitec worktops are resistant to UV light, acids, alkali, abrasion and everyday wear and tear. The matte black colouring provides an incredible depth and intensity to the room, contrasting beautifully with the bright copper elements in the room.
The copper pendant lights add a beautiful atmospheric light above the island. With no harsh spotlights interrupting the bursts of natural light from the large windows opposite, this kitchen feels beautifully relaxed, open and fresh.
Why not come and check out the kitchen for yourself? Our showroom is based in Norfolk and we’d love for you to come and visit to see our kitchens in the flesh, as well as discover how our kitchens are made in our workshop!
We were lucky enough to be invited back into one of our clients home’s recently to photograph their beautiful Naked Kitchen. An absolutely stunning home and an incredible kitchen to go alongside it!
Here at Naked Kitchens, we love to design different styles of kitchens for our clients. We love all styles of kitchen, from compact to open plan large rooms, contemporary to very traditional and everything in between! Recently, we photographed an incredible kitchen which had a very grand feeling to it, and we wanted to celebrate this by giving a few design tips on how to recreate your own grand kitchen.