Plain English’s ‘Urban Cabin’ Kitchen Heralds A New Back-To-Basics Trend In Kitchen Design
12/17/2011

Plain English has launched its ‘urban cabin’ kitchen as a response to the post credit-crunch zeitgeist of the new decade.

Online PR News – 17-December-2011 – – United Kingdom, London, 16th December 2011 – Plain English has launched its ‘urban cabin’ kitchen as a response to the post credit-crunch zeitgeist of the new decade. With an increasing number of people longing to get back to the basics of rural life but fewer being able to afford to do so, The Osea designer kitchen brings the earthiness of the countryside to the city.

“In our experience, people are looking for simplicity, sustainability and a route to a more harmonious life. They don’t want decorative showcase rooms any longer, they want beautiful materials, practical design and craftsmanship.”

The Osea luxury kitchen (named after the wild, natural landscape of Osea Island off the Essex coast) has an elemental feel with its use of wood, stone and metal. The simplicity of its kitchen design makes it trend-proof and the quality of its craftsmanship means it will probably outlast its owners.

The Osea designer kitchen is on display at Plain English, Marylebone, 28 Blandford Street, London W1U 4BZ.

About The Company:

Plain English is a traditional joinery company that specialises in the design of bespoke kitchens, ranging from country house kitchens and shaker style kitchens to contemporary kitchens. Using the time-honoured Georgian techniques of furniture making, their designs are simple and long-lasting, with cupboards handmade and hand-painted in Suffolk from the finest quality materials. Their Head Office and workshop are based at their Suffolk showroom, Stowupland Hall, and they have a further two showrooms in London; one in Marylebone and the other in Shoreditch.