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A stainless steel range cooker in a rich red kitchen [kitchen case study]

8TH JUNE 2012
Do you think red should only be an accent colour in a kitchen? And that red is too overpowering and energetic to use as a main colour?

Have a look at the colour scheme of this eye catching, hand painted kitchen from Simply Wood.

The kitchen cabinets in a deep red shade combine well with the light walls and stainless steel finish of the cooker and hood. This colour scheme with vibrant red as its main colour creates a warm and welcoming kitchen.

Located in Morwenstow, Cornwall, this red kitchen was designed for a keen cook who required plenty of easily accessible storage space for all their cooking ingredients. The cooking utensils are all in easy reach thanks to the long rail above the work surface.

Emma Adams, of Simply Wood, explained the brief: “The client had recently built their four bedroom home and wanted a kitchen that was warm and comfortable, but individual and striking at the same time.”

The Britannia L Line 100cm range cooker and matching Brioso 100cm cooker hood were chosen for their simple, straight lines which echo those of the kitchen. It was important the cooker met the customer’s expectations and was highly functional as well as complementing the vibrant design.

Would you like to create a similar look?

Kitchen cabinets: Hand painted shaker cabinets made from 18mm melamine faced chipboard with hand painted edges. The doors are made from medium density fibreboard, hand painted in Dulux 00YR 08/409 Ruby Fountain 1
Work surface: 30mm Blue Pearl granite
Range cooker: 100cm L Line double oven in stainless steel
Splashback: Stainless steel
Cooker hood: 100cm Brioso in stainless steel

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