The Bovingdon Kitchen
CABINETRY: The Bovingdon kitchen in solid oak, oak veneer and tulipwood, Cue & Co of London, hand-painted in Dark Lead, Little Greene LIGHTING: The Small Lucent Lantern, Cue & Co of London APPLIANCES: Ovens, extractor hood, hob; all Neff; fridge-freezer, Zanussi WORK SURFACES: Polished concrete, Cue & Co of London SPLASHBACK: Polished Venetian plaster, Cue & Co of London SINK: Claron 700-U sink, Blanco TAP Provence two hole mixer with lever handles, Perrin & Rowe SHELF: Library Shelf Light II in reclaimed timber and hand-painted in a distressed finish, Cue & Co of London FREESTANDING CUPBOARD: Shaker-style Bovingdon Boiler Dresser in reclaimed timber with a hand-painted finish, Cue & Co of London SEATING: Handmade bench and bar stools, Cue & Co of London DINING TABLE: Solid wood Dining Table II from the Repast collection, Cue & Co of London
Cue & Co of London kitchens start from £35,000
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Polished plasterThere are many reasons to choose a polished plaster backsplash, not least because it can be specified in almost any colour. “Texturally, it can range from highly polished and smooth to rough and weathered,” says Charlie Borthwick of Cue & Co of London. “It also doesn’t have to be one flat colour; veining can be introduced to add depth and interest.”Pros: It’s easy to maintain and needs minimal care once installed – simply wipe it down.Cons: Although polished plaster is fairly hard-wearing, accidental chips cannot be repaired. “If this is a concern, use your worktop material to create an upstand – a small skirting around the edge of the worktop – to help protect the plaster,” suggests Charlie.