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Let’s face it – whether you’re a Brexiteer or a Remainer, just about everyone is fed up of hearing the dreaded Brexit word, but it’s showing no sign of abating. To take your mind off it somewhat, we thought we’d throw two far less divisive B-words into the mix – Bespoke Britain. One thing the UK should be extremely proud of is its home-grown talent when it comes to cabinetmaking and joinery, not to mention the fantastic design minds in this amazing country. I was fortunate enough to host a wonderful lunch at London’s iconic Groucho Club back in February, gathering together some of the biggest powerhouses and also some less well known up-and-comers from the world of bespoke British kitchen design, in order to celebrate all that they do and what they represent. You’ll find a profile of each of my guests in an extra-special section within this issue – whether Brexit goes ahead or not, we’d like to welcome you all to Bespoke Britain – turn to page 98. Our main magazine also features some fantastic bespoke real-life kitchens. In One for Us on page 24, a property developing couple put so much of their heart and soul into renovating their chapel home, that they’re unsure they’ll ever be able to leave it. Meanwhile, in Back to Black on page 48, Jessie Hassall grew tired of her tiny kitchen and commissioned a unique new design in order to sate her desire for baking. Whatever the outcome of Brexit, we could never turn our backs on our European cousins, however – especially when it comes to kitchen design. Linda and Robert loved their post-war maisonette, with its quintessentially British Crittall windows, but it was a company founded in Scandinavia that provided the perfect industrial-style setting for their stunning new hub – flick to Bold as Brass on page 36. There’s plenty of inspiration for a monochrome kitchen scheme, whether classic or contemporary, in our feature All Here in Black & White on page 69.

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