Luxurious and cosmopolitan
Luxurious and cosmopolitan
The combination of expressive dark wood, metals and unique surfaces creates a feeling of international exclusivity in Nicolaj Bo Couture.
For the Couture kitchen, we use special surfaces, often smoked or oxidised oak. The processing method brings out the wood’s deep, dark colour and accentuates its natural appearance. Combined with raw steel, brass or natural marble, it creates a unique and sculptural look.
We use marble or natural stone for the worktop in the Couture kitchen. We process the stone with the highest degree of finesse. The edge is cut to a 45-degree angle, making the otherwise heavy stone plate appear featherlight and floating. Both the materials and the combination of wood and stone are carefully balanced to give the kitchen a solid, monolithic look.
Pocket-doors provide a smooth transition to the kitchen’s luxury space. We integrate these in your kitchen design, creating space for the hidden coffee station, tea area or for a workspace for your kitchen appliances. A well-thought-out detail that gives the kitchen an added touch of luxury.
Read more about the typical materials used for a Nicolaj Bo Couture Kitchen
Oak is the dominant material in the Couture kitchen. We use veneer on the fronts in the most distinctive, flat-cut profiles, where the woodgrain comes into its own – naturally, smoked or oxidised. The way the oak is processed enhances the wood’s deep, dark shades and really brings out the natural grain. We often work with a combination of dark and light oak. This provides a stunning contrast between the kitchens inner and outer surfaces.
Natural stone is a raw material with a unique structure and sensitivity that will patinate over time. Each natural stone has its own individual outline of patterns, colours and veins, which are a natural part of the material’s charm. Our talented suppliers shape the raw material into elegant and distinctive worktops. Each natural stone is unique, and as the customer, you have the option to choose your raw plate ahead of production.
Brass & Steel
Brass is a mixture of zinc and copper that will patinate and change in appearance with use of the kitchen. We often use it in the Couture kitchen, where it provides an effective detail in the handles, fittings and sink. The golden colour goes beautifully with the deep, dark colour in the smoked or oxidised oak. Steel is another material we use in the Couture kitchen. We tend to use an oxidation process to adapt it, as this gives the hard stainless steel a softer grey colour.
The well-thought-out design and impeccable carpentry details are given in all our kitchens. By choice of materials and composition, we can take the overall look of the kitchen in different directions to create your unique kitchen. Explore our kitchen styles and see which one suits you.
Every product is designed and produced locally at our workshop in Copenhagen. It is important for us to keep our production in Denmark. Because we believe in the value of presence, and that the way to create the very best product is to bring together different professional skills.