Kitchen with Yellow Cabinets Ideas and Designs

Contemporary Colourful Kitchen

Additional breakfast bar at the end of the unit run. Photographer: Altan Omer
Yellow kitchen - webuser_623478116

Mid Century inspired kitchen & utility.

This Mid Century inspired kitchen was manufactured for a couple who definitely didn't want a traditional 'new' fitted kitchen as part of their extension to a 1930's house in a desirable Manchester suburb. The walk in pantry was fitted into a bricked up recess previously occupied by a range. U-shaped shelves and larder racks mean there is plenty of storage for food meaning none needs to be stored in the kitchen cabinets. Strip LED lighting illuminates the interior. Photo: Ian Hampson
Storage for utility room - webuser_514492273

Late Georgian Artisan Villa

late georgian artisan villa cream aga - wiganthorpe4

California, Putney

Anne Schwartz
Similar layout to my kitchen, look at lighting arrangement - fiona_brennan3524044

Delawyk Modular House

The kitchen in this remodeled 1960s house is colour-blocked against a blue panelled wall which hides a pantry. White quartz worktop bounces dayight around the kitchen. Geometric splash back adds interest. The tiles are encaustic tiles handmade in Spain. The U-shape of this kitchen creates a "peninsula" which is used daily for preparing food but also doubles as a breakfast bar. Photo: Frederik Rissom
layout/proportion - donkeyluv

Rose End Cottage - Kitchen

Oliver Grahame Photography - shot for Character Cottages. This is a 1 bedroom cottage to rent in Upper Oddington that sleeps 2. For more info see - www.character-cottages.co.uk/all-properties/cotswolds-all/rose-end-cottage
Small aga - webuser_887964038

Basing Street Rooms

Jack Hobhouse
Yellow kitchen - webuser_623478116

Hoveton Hall

Island - dqforan18

Linden Avenue

Lights - mairinglenn

Metallic & Mahogany

This exciting bespoke design was created in collaboration with our client, Interior Design consultant Taylor Smith, who wished to relocate his kitchen to the dining room of his spectacular period home. Our brief was to work around the period features to design a central kitchen which would appear as if a contemporary art installation or ‘pod’ had landed in the middle of this beautiful character filled room. In order to provide a fully functioning kitchen within this centralised design we installed Fisher and Paykel dishwasher drawers, Hotpoint fridge drawers, three BORA hobs, two BORA extractors and a sink with customized Quooker within one side of the large 4 metre island. On the opposite side the client’s desire for the appearance of art was created through the use of metallic bronze panels with a patina finish which we sourced and used to front the run of push opening drawers with walnut interiors. In keeping with the centralised brief, the Miele oven stack was positioned on the middle back wall and surrounded by two glass fronted larder cupboards and four cabinets. LED lighting has been installed within the cabinets and also beneath the Silestone Quartz worktop so that the look of the kitchen evolves from daytime through to night. Custom made brass handles complete the design.
simple island unit - renate_mcintyre41

Etch House

Adam Scott
fab fab fab fab - cian_o_maidin

West London Kitchen and Living Room

Bespoke Uncommon Projects plywood kitchen. Oak veneered ply carcasses, stainless steel worktops on the base units and Wolf, Sub-zero and Bora appliances. Island with built in wine fridge, pan and larder storage, topped with a bespoke cantilevered concrete worktop breakfast bar. Photos by Jocelyn Low
Too big but like the minimal look - stella_folan

Kitty's Coloured House

Carlo Draisci
Linear kitchen - 57kumquats

Mid Century inspired kitchen & utility.

This Mid Century inspired kitchen was manufactured for a couple who definitely didn't want a traditional 'new' fitted kitchen as part of their extension to a 1930's house in a desirable Manchester suburb. The key themes that were important to the clients for this project were: Nostalgia- fond memories how a grandmother's kitchen used to feel and furniture and soft furnishings the couple had owned or liked over the years, even Culshaw's own Hivehaus kitchenette that the couple had fallen for on a visit to our showroom a few years ago. Mix and match - creating something that had a very mixed media approach with the warm and harmonius use of solid wood, painted surfaces in varied colours, metal, glass, stone, ceramic and formica. Flow - The couple thought very carefully about the building project as a whole but particularly the kitchen. They wanted an adaptable space that suited how they wanted to live, a social space close to kitchen and garden, a place to watch movies, partitions which could close off spaces if necessary. Practicality: A place for everything in the kitchen, a sense of order compared to the chaos that was their old kitchen (which lived where the utility now proudly stands). Being a bespoke kitchen manufacturer we listened, drew, modelled, visualised, handcrafted and fitted a beautiful kitchen that is truly a reflection of the couple's tastes and aspirations of how they wanted to live - now that is design! Photo: Ian Hampson
Interesting shape for island unit - fiona_brennan3524044

Ireland
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