Edwin Loxley has launched its new Cavani range to rave reviews at KBB London.
This stunning furniture headlines Loxley’s extraordinary attention to detail and luxury finishing, which now comes with sinuous curves.
Hand crafted in Nottingham, the new Cavani range is proudly British, boasting all-wood carcases, and a completely bespoke system of specification.
Cavani provides an alternative to the mainland Europe approach to sleek, modern kitchen furniture design, and does it with a British accent!
Design Matters has been associated with Edwin Loxley from the outset, and we can vouch for the quality and finish of their elegant kitchens. We are delighted to be trusted dealers of this prestigious and well- establishedBritish brand.
We look forward to exploring all that the Cavani range has to offer over the coming months.
Call us to be the first to own an exclusive Cavani kitchen, or follow this link to visit the main Edwin Loxley web site.
Another year dawns, and word in the specialist press is that kitchen trends are moving towards texture and warmth as the economic climate continues to blow cool. After a few seasons of 70’s-inspired kitchens and homewares, buyers are beginning to favour products made of natural materials such as wood and ceramics, and hand-worked textiles echoing the make-do-and mend ethos of harder times.
The kitchen industry expects to see a resurgence of interest in wooden kitchens, to provide warmth and comfort as the recession lingers, albeit in high gloss finishes. Exotic wood veneers continue to become more accessible and more beautiful as new manufacturing methods produce real wood imitations of rare veneers previously only available to the super-rich. These manufactured veneer products make book-matched doors more readily available and more consistent in colour and finish.
Add warmth to your finished room with fabric blinds and softly textured worksurfaces such as flamed or honed granite, especially when your kitchen doubles as a dining/entertaining area and you want to deaden the ringing echoes created by hard surfaces.
One final design tip as we enter 2010 is candy-coloured accessories for a splash of colour and cheer in an otherwise grey climate. For more inspiration visit our Kitchen Styles pages, and speak to one of our design consultants.