3 plywood kitchens to capture your imagination
One of the kitchens that gets the most interest, particularly from the press, is the Pegboard Plywood Kitchen, which you can read more about here. It’s utterly unique in both form and function: a moveable island unit makes the kitchen versatile enough for a busy family life, while the exposed plywood acts as a beautiful, natural canvas for the playful, colourful details.
Plywood kitchens are a Pinterest dream, the clean aesthetic and beautiful grain shining through. Quirky and contemporary, it’s a surefire way to make it unique to your home.
In this example, for instance, we kept the frames exposed while painting each door in a different, complementary colour. It works well with the flat panelled style, and shows just how versatile a plywood kitchen can be.
Our Contemporary Eco Kitchen (read about it here) is another one of our beloved plywood designs. As an early design, it was built in the overlay style; though we have since decided to focus on in-frame styles only. This is partially because we’re not able to use the same fixtures and fittings, which does somewhat limit the freedom our clients can have.