Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Not so plain Plain English

Plain English "makes beautiful bespoke kitchens in London, Suffolk and Gloucestershire" (according to their site). I truly wish the site said they make beautiful bespoke kitchens in Melbourne, Australia. Here's just two examples why.

A London villa kitchen...







And a Chelsea studio kitchen...









For more examples of the gorgeous shaker style bespoke kitchens crafted by Plain English take a look at their site (much larger/clearer images).

[All images from Plain English]

12 comments:

mondo cherry said...

That first kitchen is stunning but the second one is my dream! I could move in straight away...
Clare x

bicocacolors said...

what a beautiful kitchen,
what a beautiful blog,
thanks from spain!!!

Ann said...

I really love that blue kitchen... white always works but colour when done right is unbeatable.... maybe it's the start of the white backlash! We'll have orange and brown kitchens in 20 years and all be combing the shops for seventies cast offs - er, maybe not...?

Annie@A View On Design said...

ooh yes, they are gorgeous, simple yes, plain - no!

Chic Little Shop said...

what a gorgeous kitchen designs!
I love white kitchen. love everything about white.

Julie xx

Flick, said...

Wow, I'm hearing you loud and clear... Heaven in a kitchen! They are both stunning, I love the colour of #1 but the loyout of #2, honestly, I would do almost anything for either!!
:) Flick

Kristine at The Painted Hive said...

Hi Lee. I'm not sure what happened though I wasn't getting your post updates then I checked blogger and for some reason I was no longer following you. Anyway, I've re-signed up and sorry I haven't been commenting though I didn't know you had new posts! I adore these kitchens. They are so big and airy. Love that powder blue colour of the first one and the simplistic nature of the second.
Kristine

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Oh Lee
I love both the blue and the white.. how would one every decide.. I guess it would be white... but the blue is lovely!!! I remember seeing this company advertising in some magazines I buy and agree... lovely stuff.. we should have it here!!

Thanks for the kind comment.. I'm so slow with blogging these days... take care... xxx Julie

Rachael said...

feeling very inspired after this post...thank you!

Rachael

Heather said...

Lovely kitchens! I went to investigate further and the link (www.plaineenglish.co.uk) took me to somewhere not kitchen related. I think the link you need is http://www.plainenglishdesign.co.uk

Millie said...

Gorgeous work here Lee! Sounds like you've got a very busy few days ahead of you.
Millie ^_^

Kevin Girling said...

I used to work for Plain English Cupboardmakers about 15 years ago. One of the best kitchens you could buy, no chipboard here! Lots of MDF mind you, for the panels, but a lot of hardwood too on the front framing and worktops etc. All shelves had a beech lipping when I worked for them. One of their workshops is about 10 miles from me.

My wife wants a new kitchen, with a 4 door dresser in this style, (but I will adapt the design so it would not be identical to theirs), so I have my work cut out.

The Farrow and Ball paint they use isn't cheap either. The smell of Linseed Oil when one is finished is lovely. One kitchen we did was 35,000 GBP in some big house somewhere!

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