It’s rare to come across properties nowadays that still have early fitted kitchens from the 1950s, most having been ripped out and updated long ago and whilst the occasional set of Formica units may have been salvaged, it is hard to find the exact right fit. So The Retro Kitchen Company is a godsend for anyone wanting to go beyond the Smeg fridge in their quest for a retro kitchen.
The Retro Kitchen Company fuses together materials and styles, taking the best from the 50s, 60s and 70s, along with the latest technologies and appliances and accessories. What this translates as is beautifully made cabinets with curved corners and painted surfaces in primary and pastel shades. They offer two ranges; the bespoke retro range which is an “in frame” semi overlay door system, where the frame is fixed to the carcass and the door hinges off the frame or the affordable retro range which is a “frameless” lay-on door system that is quicker to produce so cheaper. Prices for the affordable range start at £4,000 whilst the bespoke range starts from £8,000.
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