Submitted by: Cochrane Design
Project Name: Chelsea Townhouse
Location: Chelsea, London
Interior Designer: Sean Cochrane
Completion Date: August 2015

Luxurious and ultra-bespoke Macassar kitchen with grey graphite marble work tops, state of the art appliances and layered lighting scheme.
The client wanted a large luxurious high end kitchen with enough space for the whole family to move around easily without getting in each-others way. There were to be separate zoned areas for breakfast and more formal dining as well as a casual seating area. They wanted a palette of warm darker tones with ambient lighting for evening time.

The intricate lighting scheme compliments the high gloss Macassar bark kitchen, chosen by the client from a Macassar farm and harmoniously blends with the horse leg inspired wenge and chrome island legs. Rich Macassar wood teamed with elegant grey graphite marble and the ambient lighting creates a luxurious unique timeless blend.

The kitchen has been designed with three primary zones as well as multiple secondary zones which enable several people to work in the kitchen simultaneously. The different lighting “scenes” effectively create the right atmosphere for each part of the day – which is extremely important as there is always someone or something going on in the kitchen. The great attention to detail throughout, such as leather inserts in the bottom of drawers (which stop cutlery clattering) or the soft illumination of every shelf with hidden iGuzzini LED strip-lights which project to the back of the cupboard, spells luxury on every level.