Tudor Kitchen

Bespoke designed kitchen featuring relief tiles on two walls (backsplashes), tiled worktops,  kickboards and feature end panels.

Tudor Kitchen, The Ceramic House

The Tudor Kitchen is so called because I used some tiles left over from a private commission for a client in Lewes completed in 2011, whose personal history relates to Hampton Court Palace, so all the designs were inspired by the palace and gardens.
To complete the overall design of the kitchen, the Chelsea fused glass/ceramic mosaic lightboxes completed for the first year of The Ceramic House provide ambient lighting and the Copenhagen circle relief that was in the hallway now presides over the Commercial Street table.

Tudor Kitchen backsplashes

Tudor Kitchen work surface and decorative panel

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