In case you didn’t make it out to Vegas last month for Construction Week, Ann Sacks unveiled nine new collections as part of the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. The materials include a variety of new metallic designs, including Lux Decorative inspired by Old World Moroccan doors, and Reveal, a multi-process glass tile mirror look. Also new are two neutral limestone designs and large-scale, three dimensional cement tiles that double as sculpture by Andy Fleishman and Daniel Ogassian. Here…
Kitchen painted in F&B's Elephant's Breath, granite topped island & worktops, Rangemaster range and chimney breast hood surround, wicker chairs, stone flooring, washed wooden table, industrial task lighting, oversized orchid in ice bucket.
Sustainable Kitchens Showroom. Industrial Shaker style showroom kitchen with oak cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball Down Pipe. The island has a polished concrete worktop with open shelving and slatted wood. The hanging pendant light from Original BTC and bespoke copper tap add to the industrial feel. The open larder with LED lights has built in spice drawers on the doors. The floor is made from reclaimed scaffold planks.
The property is a large double fronted Victorian house, based in Streatham Common, South West London. It has recently been restored and renovated to a beautiful standard, keeping in mind the period in which it was built. It showcases many original period features such as the large detailed ceiling roses and open fireplaces in both reception rooms. It also offers a unique ravaged, industrial feel in some parts of the house.
Sustainable Kitchens Showroom. Farrow & Ball Down Pipe painted oak cabinets in an industrial shaker style showroom kitchen. The island has a polished concrete worktop and open shelving with slatted wood. The hanging industrial pendant lights from Original BTC and the bespoke copper tap adds continuity to the space. The floors are made from reclaimed scaffold planks.