Slab Rose

The simple form of the Slab door allows for flowing and elaborate layouts, even on a relatively modest footprint. Blending different levels, colours and shapes, makes for a slick and inviting look that would work in any setting. This contemporary design mixes a pared back industrial look, with echoes of a vintage interior. This clean, linear style never overshadows other design elements, such as flooring, tiling, or surfaces and its neat simplicity makes it perfect for more compact spaces.

On-trend Graphite working areas contrast beautifully with the fun retro Dry Rose island. Exposed rugged shelving, knurled handles and the dark, richly veined work surfaces continue the industrial feel. The overall design is open and welcoming, cleverly blurring the distinction between kitchen and living space.

Here the different colourway balances light neutral tones within a soft blue design. Paler, Neolith Calacatta Silk worksurfaces hark back to a more traditional age, with a touch of modern glamour. An imbedded appliance bank in contrasting Dove Grey, features a wall of eye-catching metro tiling and concealed larder storage to cleverly free up the rest of the kitchen.

This kitchen is designed to work hard, whether for cooking, entertaining, or just enjoying a relaxing drink. Shown here in Storm Blue and Putty this design optimises space perfectly; practical storage, attractive feature cabinetry and an exposed peninsular enhances the openness of the room.