Edward Collinson: The Broad, a freestanding kitchen unit

Edward Collinson Studio & Workshop

I’ve been into all things kitchens this week, finalising the kitchen plans for my renovation project,

And, whilst my own style aesthetic is very firmly located in austere Germanic functionality, of both look and design, my eye was caught by these beautifully unique kitchen units from Edward Collinson studio and workshop, based in London.

They really are stunning, aren’t they? From the Edward Collinson – sculptor turned artisan – website:

Rip wood, chop wood, steam wood, sand wood, turn wood, oil wood, paint wood, praise wood. Wardrobes, drawers, kitchens, tables, shelves, beds and chairs.

From our North London studio and workshop, set up in 2015 we design and build everything. We embrace old and new, combining traditional craft with modern engineering, classic functionality with modern materials. 

We have applied our skills as fine furniture makers to the design of a kitchen, creating kitchen furniture with the same refined proportions and attention to detail as any domestic furniture.

If you are looking for lovingly-crafted kitchen units or furniture that are a little more original and individual than the usual off-the-peg, this may be a good place to check out: Edward Collinson.

And, check out those black oak choppers in the last two images. They would look wonderful within the austerity of my Germanic kitchen perfection. 😉

All Image © Edward Collinson

Edward Collinson: Homerton, a material study
Edward Collinson: Homerton, a material study
Edward Collinson: The Dungeness Island
Edward Collinson: The Dungeness Island
Edward Collinson: The Cherry and White Storage
Edward Collinson: The Cherry and White Storage
Edward Collinson: The Oak and Green Storage
Edward Collinson: The Oak and Green Storage
Edward Collinson: The Broad, a freestanding kitchen unit
Edward Collinson: The Broad, a freestanding kitchen unit
Edward Collinson: Black Oak Choppers
Edward Collinson: Black Oak Choppers

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