Homes & Gardens Coverage

We at LANSERRING are delighted to announce that our Ladbroke Grove Townhouse project has garnered recognition with not one, but two features in Homes & Gardens magazine. The first article, penned by Linda Clayton and titled “Invisible kitchen ideas – 8 reasons why this subtle trend is taking over,” delves into the contemporary design movement of incorporating invisible kitchens into living spaces. This trend aims to seamlessly blend the kitchen into the overall aesthetic by concealing handles, appliances, storage, and even cooking areas.

The article by Linda Clayton explores the growing popularity of invisible kitchens and presents eight compelling reasons why this trend is making waves in the design world. By creating a harmonious integration between the kitchen and the living space, homeowners can enjoy a cohesive and uncluttered environment. The concealed elements contribute to a sleek and minimalist look, fostering a sense of openness and serenity. With the kitchen discreetly tucked away, the focus shifts to the surrounding decor and furnishings, allowing them to shine.

In addition to Linda Clayton’s feature, Jennifer Ebert contributes an article titled “Kitchen storage trends – 7 statement looks and innovations that will change kitchen design forever.” This article emphasizes the impact of handle-free kitchens in achieving a minimalist aesthetic. By eliminating visible handles, the kitchen maintains a clean and streamlined appearance. This design choice not only enhances the overall visual appeal but also promotes functionality and ease of use.

Both articles commend the Ladbroke Grove Townhouse project for its innovative incorporation of invisible kitchens and handle-free designs. At LANSERRING, we take pride in our commitment to pushing boundaries and redefining kitchen spaces. Our goal is to create environments that seamlessly blend form and function, enabling homeowners to enjoy living spaces that are both aesthetically pleasing and practical. We are grateful for the recognition from Homes & Gardens and will continue to innovate  in the world of kitchen design.

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