BALANCING ACT

Temza design and build explains how to find the perfect balance between the traditional country style and the contemporary innovative kitchen design.

MODERN HOME JULY 2019

“People like the look and the homely feel of a country kitchen, but they want the convenience of a modern kitchen at the same time.” Sonia Pash, co-founder of Temza design and build explains how to blend the old with the new in a 21st century country kitchen for this months’ Modern Home magazine.

In the article you will read about finding the balance between traditional and contemporary kitchen design. No matter the style, the kitchen has always been a place for innovation. However, country kitchens have always been known for their traditional approach, which leaves us with the task of modernising the style without detracting from its warm and homely feel.

When it comes to kitchen design, there are hundreds of little things to consider. From storage organisation and materials selection to appliance and mechanisms specifications. Temza London has developed a system of questions that helps us to understand your lifestyle and unique needs to deliver the kitchen that is perfect for you.

Learn more about our bespoke joinery services here.

Want to read more about modern country style kitchens? Have a look at our recently completed project at Clifton Hill.

CLIFTON HILL-THE VICTORIAN KITCHEN OF YOUR DREAMS

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