Design-led interior designer Abigail Ahern and bespoke furniture company Herringbone Kitchens have partnered up on a new kitchen collaboration of dreams – Abigail Ahern x Herringbone Kitchens.
The two powerhouses have come together to offer modern and affordable kitchens that pack a punch and prove that contemporary chic can be achieved on a slightly more modest budget.
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Don't want a kitchen that looks like everybody else's? This collaboration's point of difference is that it offers you the ability to design and order the entire kitchen online, but still have a kitchen that is unique, affordable and made in the UK from sustainable materials.
The Abigail Ahern x Herringbone Kitchens range
Abigail and Herringbone Kitchens began the design process over a year ago, wanting to develop something unique that reflects both of their brands. They wanted a bold new kitchen range that was made in the UK from sustainable materials, but was more accessible to clients across the country.
Think beautifully designed cabinetry that is a modern take on the traditional English shaker kitchen. Together they have designed a modern look, yet classic feel that will last for years to come. Sleek, flat front units with fuss-free lines take this kitchen to a whole other level. The kitchen can be painted in any colour for a personal touch.
Abigail’s own kitchen is both timeless and chic whilst simultaneously offering up an au courant mix of materials from sumptuous slabs of natural quartz on the island and work benches to dark cabinetry painted out in Abigail’s infamous inky saturated palette.
Aged brass hardware, black plumbing fixtures and a concrete floor skimmed with vintage rugs sourced in Souks across Morocco complete the look.
Each individual cabinet can be ordered online and the kitchen comes in standard sizes, so that you can design the space yourself.
The kitchen will come primed so that you can paint in any colour of your choice, you are in charge of creating your dream kitchen. The cabinetry is made in the Herringbone Kitchens’ workshop in Canterbury and you're welcome to visit the workshop to watch how the cabinetry is made. Kitchen cabinets come fully assembled, so that any kitchen installer will be able to fit it for you.
Elly Simmons, Director of Herringbone Kitchens said: 'I have known Abigail Ahern for over 10 years and took part in her Interior Design Class when I was at university; her bold style has always been an inspiration.
'We are incredibly excited to be able to partner with her on such a unique project and to bring UK handmade cabinetry to more homes across the UK.'
Abigail Ahern said: 'I am hugely excited to be partnering with Herringbone Kitchens in launching the most beautiful kitchen on the planet! My kitchen really is the heart of my home and the most used room in the house.
'With cabinets being one of the most integral decisions to make it was hugely important for me to partner with a company where craftsmanship is key, that considers its materials (all woods are sourced from sustainable managed forests and a tree is planted for every kitchen sold), and excels in quality and design. These are all factors that makes this one of the most exciting collaborations I have done to date.'
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Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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