Martin Moore’s new Notting Hill showroom

Martin Moore were one of the very first handmade kitchen companies, and (still family-run), are celebrating their 40th anniversary in 2015. Their new London flagship showroom in Notting Hill has four of their kitchen collections on show, all custom-designed, custom-made and custom-finished. The kitchens combine fitted and free-standing pieces, in different materials and finishes, and are all beautifully-crafted, with exceptional attention to detail and clever use of space.

Martin Moore kitchen

The bright blue interior of this cupboard gives a  ‘pop of colour’ in an otherwise calm, neutral kitchen.

New Architectural kitchen by Martin Moore

The ‘New Architectural kitchen’ combines natural oiled oak with painted cupboards. The gleaming chrome strips give the oak an urban edge. One of Martin Moore‘s signature Cook’s Tables forms a magnificent centrepiece.

New Classic kitchen by Martin Moore

The ‘New Classic kitchen’ is painted in warm shades of blue and lavender toning with the natural marble and granite tops and antiqued stone floor by Martin Moore Stone. As with all their kitchens, every detail of this capacious pantry cupboard has been carefully planned.

English Kitchen by Martin Moore

The ‘English Kitchen’ combines fitted and freestanding pieces to create a calm and ordered space The freestanding dresser combines storage and display with bi-fold doors concealing a sink, microwave and coffee machine.

Martin Moore - new Notting Hill showroom

The exterior of the new Martin Moore showroom at 176 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RW. Tel: +44 (0)20 7221 2727

Martin Moore also design and build utility rooms, bedrooms, dressing rooms and freestanding furniture.  There are seven Martin Moore showrooms across the UK. Each one also has its own stone studio, which supplies floors ranging from reclaimed antique materials to the purest white limestones, as well as exterior stone paving. See more at www.martinmoorestone.com

 

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