We love good kitchen cabinetry, we love people who know how to work with designers and we adore a company which lists ‘mental telepathy’ along with ‘someone to shout at’ amongst their contact details.It was great to see Crown Point at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show this year where they were one of the participants in the Modenus Design Find Photo competition.
We love Crown-Point for their exceptional craftsmanship and the no-nonsense approach they take to working with their clients.
The example above is from the Arts and Crafts range. The style emanates from the turn of the century (not this one, obviously!) as a reaction to overly ornate furnishings. Functional and enduring, vintage pieces are still sought after. Crown Point make them new but honest to the tradition and its virtues.
How lovely is this? From the Crown Point Shaker range. Simple, stylish and functional. We won’t, er, preach about the origins of the style, suffice to say the qualities of craftsmanship and practicality are fully evident and with limitless color options in Milk paint as well as the full palette by Farrow & Ball, even the most color sensitive project can be satisfied.
You just know that food from this Early American Style kitchen is going to be full of traditional home cooked goodness. We love that Crown Point understand and respect the heritage of American kitchens and recreate it in their cabinetry. They also make cabinetry for bathrooms, offices, bars and all those other important places and they work with clients directly which means, no showrooms and no retail outlets. You dream, they design and ship.
Many thanks to Crown Point for their involvement in the Modenus Design Find Photo contest. We hope to see much more of you soon.