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The Inspiration Behind The Cley Kitchen

The Inspiration Behind The Cley Kitchen
Here at Naked Kitchens, the inspiration for our kitchen designs is not always from beautiful imagery we see online or in glossy magazine articles, but is often found in the most natural of places. The inspiration for our elegant Cley Kitchen was found right at the heart of one of natures finest creations; Cley Next The Sea beach on the beautiful North Norfolk coast.
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The Highbury Kitchen

The Highbury Kitchen
Here at Naked Kitchens, we regularly work with designers. Often their clients are looking for something completely unique that fits in with their lifestyle, and that's why we are their first choice. We can create designs that are 100% bespoke and we offer the highest quality too. Recently we undertook a project with Kia Designs. Their clients were looking for a kitchen that was stylish yet functional, and that would fit in with their bustling family lifestyle in North London. So that's what was created. Inspired by our Portobello Kitchen, the Highbury Kitchen was designed to be spacious and relaxing, perfect for family dinners or hosting guests.
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Shooting the Breeze: Cool New Take on Shaker Classic

Shooting the Breeze: Cool New Take on Shaker Classic
It’s early o’clock, dew still on the ground, but Naked Kitchens creative director Jayne Everett and photographer Malcolm Menzies are already hard at work on their photoshoot in deepest Norfolk.  You couldn’t make up a more idyllic setting for someone’s dream country kitchen  -  an old vicarage in the heart of the Broads.
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Why Buy A Bespoke Kitchen?

Why Buy A Bespoke Kitchen?
Why buy off the rack as it were? Custom made just fits better! At Naked Kitchens, we make our kitchen cabinetry to measure and not the other way around. Our Bespoke nature means that no two kitchens need ever be alike (unless you want them to), with all our spectacular design innovations and space saving features tailor made to suit your needs. Cley Shaker Kitchen
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The Ladbroke Kitchen

The Ladbroke Kitchen
At Naked Kitchens we are proud of the beautiful resources and natural materials that make our stunning bespoke kitchens and furnishings. We could not be more delighted to introduce our latest kitchen to our showroom! Located in West Raynham, our new gorgeous showroom kitchen was completed at the beginning of July and has been our pride and joy ever since. ladbrooke-71
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Why the work triangle is still relevant to kitchen design

Why the work triangle is still relevant to kitchen design
You’ve probably heard kitchen designers talk about the kitchen work triangle. But what is it, and is it still relevant? The concept of the kitchen work triangle developed in the 1940s in order to help single cooks working in smaller kitchens maximise efficiency by positioning the most heavily used elements – the cooking, food preparation and storage areas – in close proximity to one another. If you were to draw an imaginary line from point to point, you would create a triangle from sink to cooker to refrigerator that is designed to make the space easy to use without wasting time moving from one end of the kitchen to the other. The idea grew out of Taylorism, which applied scientific thinking to engineering in order to improve economic efficiency and production, and its principles are still used in the design of kitchens large and small.
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Read on to find out how the work triangle can make your kitchen easier and more enjoyable to cook in!
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Tips for planning your new kitchen

Tips for planning your new kitchen
Planning your new bespoke kitchen can be daunting, but our designers can help you configure a space that works for you and makes your life easier, it doesn’t take as long as you might think.
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Every home is different, so it’s important to plan a kitchen tailor made to fit your space. Measure, measure and measure! The more accurate the measurement, the more precise your bespoke kitchen will be.
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What Are The Benefits Of A Wooden Kitchen Worktop?

What Are The Benefits Of A Wooden Kitchen Worktop?
Discover why a wooden worktop should be at the top of your spec list for your new kitchen, providing a great looking, hard wearing worktop for years to come!
Your kitchen worktop will see a lot of use over the years, so it makes sense to choose a material that not only looks good but is easy to maintain and simple to repair if it becomes damaged or marked. The natural choice is solid wood. Wooden worktops have many advantages over surfaces like granite and corian, which we’ll explore in this article! A solid wood worktop will add warmth, homeliness and character to your kitchen and, if well-looked-after, can last you a lifetime. Wood has a timeless and welcoming natural rustic beauty that other materials lack, which makes it an ideal choice for both traditional and contemporary kitchen designs. Granite and stone can look stark, soulless and cold in some kitchens. Using wood is a great way to soften the look of a kitchen that is otherwise all white and will add a dramatic accent.
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Modern v Contemporary Kitchen Design – What’s The Difference?

Modern v Contemporary Kitchen Design – What’s The Difference?
Contemporary and modern kitchen design may sound like they're the same, but they actually refer to different styles. Learn more in this article!
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If you thought modern and contemporary were one and the same, particularly when talking about design – think again. Put simply, modern design refers to a specific period of time, usually from the 1920s to the 1950s, a period we might actually think of as retro these days, while contemporary design is what’s happening now – a constantly changing entity that can’t be pinned down in the way modern design can.
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5 Tips For Choosing The Right Kitchen Colours

5 Tips For Choosing The Right Kitchen Colours
Colours have a major impact on the look and feel of your kitchen. Make sure you choose colours that complement the room with our tips!
It may seem like an easy thing to do, but choosing colours for your blank canvas of a kitchen needs careful consideration so that you don’t make a decision you later come to regret. Your kitchen is more often than not the busiest room in your house so it’s important to set a tone that suits everyone. If you’re introducing colour with the paint you choose to put on your walls then that’s an easy fix if you change your mind or decide that perhaps bright yellow wasn’t the best colour to go with your blue cabinets. But if colour is added with expensive appliances and cabinets then you’re looking at a much bigger bill. Here are a few tips that will help you come to the right decision.
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Camberwell

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Retail & Design

Awards

2022

FINALIST

Kitchen Designer of the Year

Project cost up to £30,000

Stanhoe

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Retail & Design

Awards

2020

FINALIST

Kitchen Designer of the Year

Project cost up to £30,000 - £50,000

Ladbroke

Homebuilding

& Renovating

Awards

2020

SHORTLISTED

Best Kitchen Supplier

Highgate

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Retail & Design

Awards

2019

WINNER

Kitchen Designer of the Year

Project cost up to £30,000

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