Today’s the day that Vinny Lee’s latest interiors book is published. Kitchenalia is about “the things you acquire and accumulate to make your kitchen a useful and enjoyable place to be”. The particular focus is on retro style, and I’m delighted that the book includes lots of my images, including the front cover.
This bright and breezy 50s style confection is in the home of my friend Liz in Ramsgate.
During the last year or so, I’ve shot kitchens of so many different styles, I thought it would be worth doing a round up on some of the ones that haven’t so far featured on this blog.
This year I’ve shot 3 more of these well crafted, simple, Shaker style kitchens.
This company’s intricate designs feature in houses of all styles. I also visited their factory in Somerset to see a kitchen under construction for architect, Ian Adam-Smith, and then later, fully installed in his home.
Ian Adam-Smith’s kitchen while in the workshop.
The kitchen as installed.
Here’s a very sleek design in a Chelsea home designed by Juliette.
And finally a kitchen by the inimitable Johnny Grey, whose elaborate designs defiantly never conform to current trends, and each element is an individually crafted piece of furniture.