Retro styles are very much in vogue at the moment.
Being fashionably nostalgic and adding your own twist to the clothes you wear or to the style of your home is considered cool; after all, a true design classic never goes out of style. The same can be said for the kitchen and the style that you choose.
To some, the term ‘retro’ may evoke the style of the 60’s or 70’s, but it can actually be used when referring to any style from a recent era. Since true fitted kitchens are a post war invention, it’s likely that a ‘retro styled kitchen’ would be one influenced by the 50’s and 60’s onwards.
Whether you choose a contemporary kitchen and add a statement piece of furniture such as the classic ball chair or lighting - to infer retro style, or opt for a kitchen that has an accent colour, such as hot orange or vibrant yellow, choosing a kitchen with a ‘retro’ influence is sure to be stylish.
If you dare to be different and really wish to encompass 1960’s style, our ‘Clerkenwell kitchen’ oozes appeal from that ‘swinging decade.’ Featuring bold cabinetry, with delightfully simplistic lines, it’s very much a perfect combination of function and form.
Unique touches including stylish handles and accessories, along with exciting accent pieces such as the iron oxide finished canopy and door vents transform this kitchen right back to the iconic era that influenced it.
The furniture itself remains as fresh and as bold as it ever was, whilst benefiting from the levels of quality, finish and cabinet size flexibility that the 1960’s customer could have only dreamt of!
Whatever your taste, from designer Italian to handmade British, Ray Munn specialises in offering kitchens to suit all styles.