Kitchen with Glass Sheet Splashback Ideas and Designs
The eclectic kitchen design in this South West London home makes the most of the high ceilings with white walls and vintage style pendants from Artifact lighting. The overall neutral scheme of the room is massively brightened by the geometric tiles from Entic Designs which give the room its identity. We love the industrial looking reclaimed bar stools from English Lamp Posts, an eclectic choice of finishes all pulled together with real design flair.
pale base presses, dark bank of presses (could you do chimney breast in same colour to mirror it? - ciara_tighe
Bespoke Kitchen design by Stickland Wright
Kitchen manufacture and installation: Woodworks
Photography: James French
This bright open-planed kitchen uses a smart mix of materials to achieve a contemporary classic look. Neolith Estatuario porcelain tiles has been used for the worktop and kitchen island, providing durability and a cost effective alternative to real marble. A built in sink and a single adjustable barazza tap maintains a minimal look. Matt Lacquered cabinetry provides a subtle contrast whilst wooden effect laminate carcass and shelving breaks up the look. Pocket doors allows flexibility with how the kitchen can be used and a glass splash back was used for a seamless look.
High level cupboards to ceiling Make a tall order Why create a dust trap gap above your cabinets when you can gain valuable extra inches by extending them up to the ceiling instead? This sort of exact cabinet sizing is often only possible with bespoke joinery, but ask your kitchen provider about options and you may be lucky with an appropriate off-the-shelf size. - webuser_643197