Bring the much-loved trend of the roaring 20s to your next kitchen project, with a helping hand from British manufacturer, Moores. A decade known for its glamourous parties and decadent styling, the 20s was all about socialising and making the most out of every single moment. As the nation returns to life post lockdown, many homeowners have placed increased focus on their interior spaces, making the kitchen the main room for socialising and entertaining.
Whether it’s parties for friends, family gatherings or a space where work colleagues can connect, kitchens are now a multifunctional space that need to offer an area in which to cook, relax, dine and entertain. Kitchen islands with extra seating continue to be a key design feature housing extra storage and integrated appliances, while extra built-in seating areas provide a more relaxed space to unwind together with hidden storage to keep the space clutter-free. Tall larder units that run from floor to ceiling not only frame the kitchen space for maximum design appeal, but offer storage to house technology, accessories, food items and more.
Kensington Green brings the opulent look of the 20s to any kitchen space. The quintessential English country style design features a painted shaker door which is expertly constructed, combining skilled cabinetry with engineered precision. Pair the colourway with glamorous gold handles to add to the luxurious theme of the 1920s.
Neil McDonald, head of design at Moores comments: “After spending the last two years trapped in lockdowns, consumers are more than ready to connect, with a noticeable focus on hosting. The return of the roaring 20’s lifestyle trend welcomes back socialising at home, and our Kensington Green kitchen embodies the aesthetic of this trend perfectly. Function and style effortlessly combined to create a kitchen space with a bang.”
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