God I just love the kitchen. The beautiful simplicity, the handleless style, the v thin corian worktop.
I'm not bothered about the curves so not looking to replicate that but I absolutely love the plain units,the wood edging, basically everything about it. But I'll never be able to afford it.
I have a local carpenter who does fantastic inframe wooden kitchens and have always used him before, but I don't think this probably veneered perfection would translate well to a wooden, painted kitchen would it?
A carpenter can definitely replicate that. Have a word with him but the carpenter we used had very modern styles in his portfolio including ones not too different to the one you posted (excluding the curves).
My carpenter can't make the curves (I've asked him). He's a retired policeman who's great with wood, so he's fab at making wooden painted kitchens but his skill doesn't really extend beyond that iykwim.
Don't you think the doors would most probably have a veneered or some sort of plasticy (technical term!) finish? Is that something that a lot of carpenters can do? You can probably tell I haven't a clue!
Gutted about thin worktop cost, I thought they may cost less too!
He can do the curved edged doors in a matt lacquer to your colour with a veneered surrounding (of your choice) as the link. can also do a veneered handleless rail also Not heard of the rolled aluminum though.