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Classical kitchen with modern design integrated in a Georgian style

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Almost everyone appreciates in a kitchen the presence of a refined and elegant design cumulated with the approach of a classic or traditional style. The classical kitchens are very popular because  they are above the actual assessments, specific to a trend or another, being timeless. A traditional kitchen should be remarked by an aesthetic that recalls of classical architecture where the component structures, proportions and decorative details are in a perfect balance.

I believe that this traditional kitchen made by the designers from Bespoke Kitchens UK, is a kitchen that meets all the necessary elements in order to earn your appreciation. In this classical kitchen we meet modern design elements integrated in a Georgian style approach. The dramatic layout consists of a sweeping curved peninsula worktop which is punctuated with corbals to continue the traditional theme. The perimeter floor and wall mounted cabinetry frames a feature island with a beautiful classically themed pot rack. This creates a lovely centrepiece to the kitchen space itself. With a feature overmantle acting as the focal point at the end of the kitchen space housing the range cooker, and the entire floor base of the kitchen raised on a plinth – it really is difficult to imagine a more dramatic kitchen design which pays homage to the classical style. I hope you will like this kitchen.

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