A Kitchen That Doesn’t Look Like a Kitchen

The New Black Line kitchen from team 7 at wharfside

the striking new Black Line kitchen range from Team 7 at Wharfside

In my last post I talked about the current interiors idyll of open-plan living and family spaces that opened straight out onto the garden. Which is all very well if you have a tidy house. And a tidy family. And, let’s face it, a kitchen to be proud of. Enter stage left – the striking new Black Line kitchen range from Team 7 at Wharfside. Here’s a kitchen that doesn’t look like a kitchen. It features matt black coloured glass combined with fine smoked glass. And a sense of minimal elegance is created by simple handles, stainless steel plinths, and black work tops all offset by the warmth of walnut.

the striking new Black Line kitchen range from Team 7 at Wharfside

I love the combination of matt black, solid wood and glass which give this kitchen such a warm feeling. The wooden shelves wouldn’t look out of place in a living room or office, and the smoked glass means you can put your favourite things on display without it looking too much like a kitchen. It’s sophisticated and quite masculine but also cosy.

The New Black Line kitchen from team 7 at wharfside

Pictured here in walnut, the natural solid wood surfaces are also available in alder, oak, cherry, maple and beech.

the new black line kitchen from team 7 at wharfside

So, when I get that open-plan space I’m craving, this is the kind of kitchen I want. One that looks, at first glance, just another part of the living room. That blends seamlessly into a warm comfortable space, oozing sophistication, with a variety of closed cupboards hiding the gizmo’s, and open shelves displaying the lovely stuff. In short, a kitchen to be proud of.

Prices start at £30,000.

October 24, 2016

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