Monday, 13 January 2020

|| KITCHEN 1 | CONTEMPORARY TIMELESS

With a contemporary palette of black and Rift Sawn white oak, marbled quartz and gold detailing combined with more traditional Shaker styling and glazed display cabinets, this stunning kitchen stopped me in my tracks the minute I spotted it on Pinterest! Although not an interior designer, blogger Shauna from 'The House of Silver Lining' knew just what she required from her kitchen in her new home 'The Forest Modern'. With 2 integrated dishwashers, 2 sinks and 2 islands and butler's pantry the following  photo's show the results of this stunning, contemporary yet timeless kitchen.
 Above image: The House of Silver Lining glazed built in display cupboard with glass shelving, in white Rift sawn oak with brass hardware.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the gilt globe pendant lights add a glamorous touch to the design and the cupboard on the left in white Rift sawn oak with brass hardware houses the fridge and freezer.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the second island can seat 10 people but yet still includes recessed cupboard storage. Again the use of velvet and gold for the bar/counter stools add glamour to this beautiful space.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining a free standing brushed stainless steel range cooker sits beneath a large bespoke black cooker extractor hood in a shiplap box design. The splash back is in marbled quartz by Aurea Stone in design: Paragon 
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the black cabinets are all painted in M.L. Campbell Wood Finishing Systems varnish on shade 25-17 black. The mid century velvet swivel bar stools are from WestElm now no longer available
Above image: The House of Silver Lining  8 inch wide engineered French oak flooring with a natural matte finish in shade Tripoli. The door at the end leads through to the butler's pantry.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the quartz countertops in a marble finish are by Aurea Stone in style: Paragon. The black steel transoms that divide the kitchen area from the seating area were constructed by a local metal fabricator.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the cabinetry hardware is by Lew's Hardware in style: Bars Series solid brass finish
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the stunning knurled gold and black tap with pull-down spout is by Brizo in style Litze with a black insert sink
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the second sink is a white Belfast style with 2 integrated dishwashers and waste disposal bins close by.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining 2 integrated dishwasher means that there are never any dirty dishes sitting in the sink. The waste bins were also located close to the dishwashers for ease of use.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the view from the kitchen into the amazing black formal dining room view here.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the pendant lights either side of the range extractor hood are the Languedoc Sconce by Restoration Hardware, the door leading through to the butler's pantry below. 
Above image: The House of Silver Lining white oak floating shelving in the butler's pantry.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the 20 foot long butler's pantry has a wall of closed black cupboards for hiding the clutter of food items.
Above image: The House of Silver Lining the integrated coffee machine in the butler's pantry with drawers under perfect for cup storage.

Above images from top left: Gilt Globe Lantern from McGee & Co, kitchen image The House of Silver Lining, Black and gold tap from Brizo, Cabinetry hardware is by Lew's Hardware in style: Bars Series solid brass finish 

To view more of this gorgeous kitchen and the rest of the home click here and here


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Saturday, 4 January 2020

|| JANEY BUTLER INTERIORS

I have been a huge fan of Janey Butler's sublime interiors for many years now, with a palette of soft chalky tones and tactile materials she is known for her exceptional signature style and meticulous attention to detail. Inspired by the beauty found in nature Janey uses elements such as rare and petrified woods, stone and soft earthy palettes to create her unique designs. With a combination of understated luxury and rustic elements, her designs are both contemporary and timeless.
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors  floor to ceiling fireplace with M Design Gas Firebox and feature log storage in the stunning barn renovation in collaboration with Lama GroupImages by Andy Marshall Architectural & Interiors Photography
All images: Janey Butler Interiors Indian stone tiles with underfloor heating, a bespoke 3m x 3m sofa and freeform ash tree coffee table. Images by Andy Marshall Architectural & Interiors Photography
All images: Janey Butler Interiors with contemporary technology in a rustic setting including: 65" 3D Plasma TV with surround sound, remote control Veluxes with automatic rain censors, Lutron Lighting, & Crestron Home Automation
All images: Janey Butler Interiors linen and velvet upholstery combines with rustic bleached driftwood lamps, raw wood contemporary side tables and rusted iron decorative spheres.
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors quilted suede and metal bar stools (available through Janey Butler Interiors)in the stylish drinks bar area of the award winning Edge Cottage
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors quilted suede and metal bar stools (available through Janey Butler Interiors)in the stylish drinks bar area of the award winning Edge Cottage
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors Bronze B3 Bulthaup kitchen leads to an open plan dining area with the 16 metres of Crestron automated Sky-Frame windows which over looks the amazing lake and grounds beyond.
Above image:Janey Butler Interiors free-form petrified wood dining table and butter soft leather chairs. I adore the pillow moss bowls centrepiece.   
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors a stunning 48,000 year old certified wood and resin table which is part of the Janey Butler Interiors collections combined with suede and bronze dining chairs
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors soft suede, velvet and fur combine with rustic grey wood against a contemporary white background
All images: Janey Butler Interiors Open dining, living space in a soft muted palette with a central contemporary insert fireplace with feature log storage.
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors A fabulous living space with a contemporary commissioned artwork reveals at the touch of a Crestron button, a recessed 85" 4K TV with plastered-in invisible speakers. Bespoke furniture and joinery and contemporary insert fireplace.
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors Open dining, living space in a soft muted palette with a central contemporary insert fireplace with feature log storage.
All images: Janey Butler Interiors  soft suede, velvet and fur combine with rustic grey wood against a contemporary white background
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors luxury Master Bedroom suite with walk-in shoe closet, dressing room and ensuite luxury bathroom & wet room, in a soft neutral palette.
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors luxury Master Bedroom suite featuring a bespoke upholstered curved headboard, walk-in shoe closet, dressing room and ensuite luxury bathroom & wet room 
Above image: Janey Butler Interiors Lake View House stylish contemporary cloakroom with stunning concrete and wood effect herringbone floor, floating shelves with Vola fittings


Above image: Janey Butler Interiors showcasing stunning Concrete and Wood effect porcelain tiles, available through the Janey Butler Design Studio showroom and featuring Vola fittings and fixtures.

Contacts:

Headquarters and Showroom
The Coach House, Capesthorne Hall, Siddington, Nr Alderley Edge, Cheshire, SK11 9JY

JB Interiors: +44 (0) 1625 861 935
Llama: +44 (0) 1625 861 936
Email: info@llamagroup.co.uk

Manchester Office
Llama Group - Level 2 Room 02-156, We Work, No.1 Spinningfields, Quay St, Manchester, M3 3JE
Phone: +44 (0) 161 710 0150


For more information on anything shown in the above images please click on the names under each photograph to go through to their web sites. 

As always, if I have featured your photograph and you would rather I didn't, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will remove it with my sincerest apologies. 

With warmest wishes






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