Not going anywhere, curves are predicted to feature prominently in residential kitchen design with the world’s leading interior designers seeing them as a counterbalance to the ever-popular monochromatic colour schemes and hard-edged lines of cabinetry and appliances.
London-based interior design studio, 2LG, renowned for its simple, elegant, functional design and signature use of colour, has already unveiled its very unique take on the curve in the kitchen. Creative duo Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead have pushed the boundaries on a Federation home’s kitchen by introducing bold, decorative curves in the form of door frames and arched cabinets in a multi-layered palette of lush colour and finishes.
Cluroe and Whitehead discovered Caesarstone on a recent trip to the world’s largest design show – Milan’s annual Salone del Mobile – and were inspired by the beauty and practicality of the brand’s Cloudburst Concrete quartz surface.
Amid the hand-painted Lipstick pink scalloped doorways and beautiful large-scale mosaics - Zellige hand-cut glazed terracotta tiles in subtly varying shades of pink - sit the inspired curved-top storage cabinets and expansive planes of Caesarstone Cloudburst Concrete. They create a look unlike any other
“The subtle cloudburst pattern and soft grey colouring was love at first sight for us. Its subtle movement and matt texture won us over instantly – it has a presence of its own while letting the big colour elements of the kitchen shine all the more. Its texture softens the kitchen and is easy to look after – it stays looking beautiful no matter how hard we work it.”
- Cluroe and Whitehead
Caesarstone’s Cloudburst Concrete is part of the brands new Metropolitan Collection of nine concrete-inspired finishes that are now available nationally.
Curve up your kitchen, here.
Photography, Megan Taylor
Curated by Georgia Tyszkiewicz, TLSE.