Kitchen with Slate Flooring Ideas and Designs

Avondale Rise

Chris Snook


William Goddard
light bright wood hate light fitting - mchalebernie

Penryn Kitchen

Colour & materials - handbuiltdesigns

Contemporary New Build

David Curran
attractive window - josephamurphy


Clean design. - brendan65

White Kitchen

flagstone floor and storage for fuel - webuser_571328707


Blue colour - lizabyerley

Town House

The breakfast bar - caroline_corcoran


Tiles, colour of kitchen - webuser_817701131

Basement Conversion in Willowbrae, Edinburgh

Chris Humphreys Photography Ltd
Combination of materials. Wood in ceiling and tabletop, rough textured tiles, smooth pale surfaces. - jengallagher14

Sudlow 2

The “Industrial shaker” – notice the bare red Cheshire brick feature wall – A classic shaker style kitchen in modern deep grey with grey slate floor, and hardwearing white quartz worktops around the cooking area and a rich luxurious solid oak island worktop – see how the furniture perfectly sits underneath the oak beam to the ceiling – a classic and instant hallmark of bespoke manufacture and installation - notice the modern way of cooking with cutting-edge multi-function ovens set at eye level for ease of use, the wide seamless induction hob set in a break-fronted worktop run for deeper worksurface where its needed most, and “WOW” glass extractor hood, framed by classic glazed wall units for glasses and cups/plates. Note the bifold dresser hiding the small appliances (Mixer/blender/toaster) merging into the tall larder and huge side by side fridge and freezer. Again the sink is on the island but inset into the beautiful solid oak oiled worktop. With contemporary chrome rinse monobloc tap. The island feature side has a wine cooler, and a breakfast bar conveniently located to grab that next glass of wine!. Simple chrome cup and ball handles finish off that industrial modern look. Photographer - Peter Corcoran

Interiors Portfolio

Kitchen by Hughes Developments
Like the side kitchen - julie_greene77

Jack Trench Bespoke Kitchen - Highgate Village

We wanted to design a kitchen that would be sympathetic to the original features of our client's Georgian townhouse while at the same time function as the focal point for a busy household. The brief was to design a light, unfussy and elegant kitchen to lessen the effects of the slightly low-ceilinged room. Jack Trench Ltd responded to this by designing a hand-painted kitchen with echoes of an 18th century Georgian farmhouse using a light Oak and finishing with a palette of heritage yellow. The large oak-topped island features deep drawers and hand-turned knobs. Photography by Richard Brine
Slate Jack Trench Bespoke Kitchens & Furniture 7 Reviews Jack Trench Bespoke Kitchen - Highgate Village 2.1k Saves | 1 Question a traditional slate flagstone floor - eliwhitefield

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