Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Having lived and worked in Asia, we always look for inspiration from our travels, and the holy trinity of aesthetics, balance and proportion are ever present in oriental design. This Kelly Hoppen interior (far left) shows how asian design can be used in a contemporary way.

Our product focus this month is sourcing beautiful doors and door furniture. We are currently designing contemporary walnut doors with sleek nickel handles, and these important (usually forgotten) elements ensure our design is finely detailed to give a contemporary but well-crafted feel to the design. The veneers are hand selected by our clients, and are chosen to work with other cabinetry.

Continuing our exotic theme, we also love opening up space by adding these beautiful shoji-style doors. Often clients want all of the benefits of open plan, but the flexibility to close-off rooms and change their home space. These shoji-style doors work well with integrated kitchen/dining/living spaces. Their simple design and bespoke joinery ensures that they work well with our beautiful hand crafted kitchens, as well as sleek Bulthaup-styled spaces.

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