this time around
Central Cambridge Kitchen Project
This elegant kitchen was actually the second kitchen we have built for this client... a move of home heralded a new extension and return visit to Tomas Cambridge. First time around, it was the timeless naturalSHEER model, but this time it was to be the luxurious vintage style of decoSHEER.
As always, we worked closely with the client, architect and builders to ensure that the space created would be optimised for this wonderful kitchen.
One of our most gorgeous greens in the ABSTRACT FIVE COLLECTION is the Foreshore Mid Green.
The colour is inspired by 'The Foreshore', a 1962 abstract oil painting by Tomas Hinton's Grandfather.
Teamed with Brushed Brass, Walnut and Blanco Drift quartz countertops (Caesarstone), the colour looks absolutely top notch!
The reeded glass wall cabinets feature brushed brass back panels... they really glow when illuminated!
It's always a joy to welcome back clients - more often than not it's for a Tomas CASE or perhaps some Danish furniture or lighting piece - sometimes a fitted home study, or a media wall. Every now and then when a house move is involved, another complete kitchen is required... after all, we don't usually take the kitchen with us when we move house :-)
Tomas Hinton | Founder & Designer
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