Ten years ago Vincent Cullane, a cabinetmaker and furniture designer observed, that when a new room is being created, an interior designer would complete the designs and a then whole load of different people and companies come in to do the various different jobs – the lighting, the plumbing, the tiling, appliances, furniture – everything!
Vincent wondered, what if he created a traditional cabinet making business that actually offered the full service – from design to delivery. Clients would hand over their home and Vincent and his people would hand it back, designed, built and ready to enjoy (obviously with a brief and consultation in there too!).
Out of this idea London interior design and build firm, Increation, was born.
What I really like is that Vincent is based out of E14, proper East London. And his team of chaps all look like really sound guys.
I loved looking through their case studies picking out my favourites. When it comes to kitchens I like a variety of styles. I really love my country kitchens but I think that will suit me more in say ten years. This modern Bowling Green Lane kitchen is my absolute favourite – oh how I would love to live inner city London in a converted factory warehouse like this.
I am definitely making a note to get Eames DSWs for our place next year. The industrial style pendants are just fabulous – really anchoring the space together.
What is also clever is the little workstation tucked away in the cupboard, so work can be spread out to the dining table and easily packed away again come mealtime.
The lighting is very cleverly layered – lovely big light coming in the windows, across to big heavy industrial pendants and recessed kitchen lighting on the ceiling and rangehood.
This touch of aqua is such fun! I just want to dive into it – so fresh and summery against all the bright white.
A lovely minimal white hallway leads the eye to the dining table – these chairs will never go out of style.
I simply can’t get over the poured concrete benchtops with the recessed gas cooker. Definitely putting that combination on my list – and the benchtop would be indestructible.
All the white cabinetry is so clean and simple, with lovely vertical lines on the cupboards – and horizontal lines on the drawers.
Leaving this one open to create a display cabinet adds a nice touch.
I’m super impressed and so glad to have found out about these guys.
It does seem like a good practical thing to have just one lot of people work on your interiors project, and a lot easier to manage.
Check out more of Vincent and his team’s work at www.increation.co.uk
All images © DFK Photography