Monday, 21 May 2018 09:15

A look at how one company are taking the basic elements from IKEA kitchens and creating something spectacular

    For many people, the heart of the home is the kitchen, but this is a room that’s often overlooked when it comes to design. Often kitchens are white and neutral – with design as an afterthought. Reform wants to change this. The company collaborates with the best Danish and internationally-acclaimed architects to reform kitchens – and our everyday lives – with great design.

    All Reform projects start with the same basic ingredient – elements from the IKEA kitchen. Add the architect-designed fronts and countertops to create an aesthetic and a personal style that combines quality construction, function and timeless design.

    Gorgeously golden

    Christina Meyer Bengtsson has designed a kitchen for Reform. It’s an extraordinary collaboration that will benefit a New York charity founded by Bengtsson’s husband, Chef and entrepreneur, Claus Meyer.

    Inspired by the eclectic style of the Art Deco era, Christina has designed a kitchen that celebrates unexpected combinations. Distinct colours, like a warm golden brass, a soft grey and a tender mauve combine with a black countertop to reflect Meyer Bengtsson’s passion for contrast. The golden brass in particular supplies the luxury and sophistication.

    Internationally admired and respected Fashion Designer, Stine Goya, has a preference for the combination of strong colours and gold and, after seeing Christina Meyer Bengtsson’s design, she installed the golden brass kitchen in her new showroom and head office in Copenhagen.

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