One trend that has dominated interior design over recent years is the ability to mix and match materials and incorporate different finishes throughout the kitchen. This approach is extremely flexible, giving people the luxury of choice whilst adding a special and unique interest to the overall design.
The Main Company takes mixing materials one step further by combining reclaimed, vintage and antique materials for a striking finish that completes a bespoke interior. In this way, when it comes to their kitchen décor, homeowners can combine colours, materials and patterns to an effect that reflects their personality and individual style.
Specialists in bespoke design, The Main Company uses wood that is over 100 years old in order to create a truly bespoke kitchen that exudes character from years of authentic wear. From clean oak, character oak, traditional reclaimed pine, rustic pine, maple and cherry, the bespoke kitchen company offers a wide range of finishes to complement different living environments and personal styles.
Reclaimed wood and copper are just two materials that The Main Company recycles and uses in kitchen designs to create a truly distinctive statement, as well as engineered wood for flooring and walls. The beauty of this is that no piece of wood is identical, no kitchen the same – each piece of timber has a unique history. Through using these reclaimed materials in a variety of ways, The Main Company provides customers with the luxury of choice and flexibility to create a truly bespoke finish.
To complement the reclaimed woodwork in the kitchen, The Main Company seamlessly blends together combinations such as stainless steel and natural stone, along with polished concrete and rustic copper, for statement worktops and units. For the final touches, choosing brassware in different metallic finishes, from copper to stainless steel, can provide a truly unique aesthetic
Through the use of striking reclaimed materials, this home exudes a sense of individuality and personality. The raw plywood on the in-frame bespoke cupboards creates a unique style, especially when combined with the raw steel and stunning concrete worktops. This is further accentuated by the dark green paint of the cupboards, which creates an inviting depth of colour. Cut out handles and flat painted base units form a bold contrast to the organic raw aesthetic of the kitchen units and the fragility of the fluted glass used for the pantry. Fun touches such as the herb garden trough in the kitchen island and the hanging island rack add extra pops of personality in this urban scheme.
Incorporating a stunning combination of Scandinavian and industrial styles into this kitchen created a light, airy and on-trend update to the space, which has been further accentuated by beautiful reclaimed materials. The eye-catching raw pinewood offers a contemporary look with exquisite natural texture. Adding an abundance of warmth and character, the reclaimed barn pine cabinetry fronts are contrasted by the charcoal painted cupboards to highlight the raw, natural wood on the lower cabinets. Including as many natural materials as possible into the scheme meant utilising lots of raw wood and rough-sawn reclaimed timber units into the design. Alongside the cool Westminster White quartz worktops, large butler sink, white metro tiling and neutral flagstone flooring, the specially sourced materials were perfectly placed to complete the desired Nordic look.
Here, dark blue painted units are paired with modern Limed Oak cabinetry and cladding to make a dramatic statement in the kitchen and provide a sharp contrast to the light, bright marble Caesarstone surfaces and white oven splashback. The white walls are paired with glass-fronted cabinets that display the homeowner’s collection of glassware. With a wraparound quartz worktop, small breakfast bar and plenty of integrated storage, the island provides a stylish statement from any angle.