Modern architecture meets natural beauty in this Norwegian waterfront property.
Striking a harmonious balance between elegance and function, the achingly cool blend of materials in this contemporary kitchen is the vision of Interior Architect Lene Marie Weum Knudsen for a private client in Norway.
The Norwegian designer, Andreas Engesvik, chose Lundhs Antique when he designed his kitchen. The cabinets are all in solid oak with beautiful details, designed with care.
A farmers’ kitchen
Norwegian farmer and florist, Helga Bonden, has renovated her family kitchen. Blending contemporary materials and a modern colour palette into the 100-year old farmhouse with care, the end result is absolutely beautiful.
The stone island
The freestanding stone island acts as a natural focal point in this open plan kitchen and is perfect for both food prepping and entertainment.
The white kitchen
A kitchen is the heart of the home, and when it comes to choosing a timeless design scheme, you can never go wrong with white. The cream white cabinets, paired with the dark Lundhs Emerald worktop, makes this kitchen an all time classic that will never go out of style.
The natural touch
The beautiful combination of natural stone, blue cabinets and oak details makes this one of our all-time favourite kitchens.
In this large farmhouse kitchen, the owners have painted the wooden walls in subtle Scandinavian colours to match the Lundhs Blue worktop perfectly. The large island is often used for food prepping and making flower arrangements.
A true classic
Paired with a sleek and minimalistic kitchen design, Lundhs Blue adds depth and sparkle, ensuring that this kitchen will gleam for years to come.