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This kitchen was initially a U shape separate room off the corridor. It was dark and isolated from the rest of the apartment. We decided to knock down the walls separating it from the living area and design this small but stunning and practical kitchen.
A compact but yet generous living, dining room and kitchen with big traditional sash windows allows for natural light throughout the space.
Neil Norton Design
Bespoke clean-lined cabinetry, in critall-style, painted in Farrow & Ball Railings (blue and black) and teamed with accents of American Black walnut, Neolith Cement sintered stone surface and backlit Bianco Calcite marble. The wall units have reeded glass doors with bi-fold mechanism.
Kettle Co. Kitchens
Cornish hand painted tiles
John Lewis of Hungerford
Shaker doors set within a traditional frame, with detailed joinery and brass handles. Colour-matched to Stable Green. Calacatta worktops.
The front door of the flat opens directly into the kitchen and dining area, so we included storage in the hallway for coats and somewhere to put a bag and shoes. As all of the rooms are visible from the living room, we included a display area to shield the bed and give privacy, as well as somewhere to store and display personal items and books. The kitchen was created using Ikea carcasses and bespoke door fronts, and we sourced matt black handles to match the matt black hardware used throughout. The white oiled oak floor & Carl Hansen Wegner chairs contrast with the original Georgian fire surround and skirting boards.
Kitchen Connection of Ascot (KCA)
This contemporary kitchen was designed and installed by KCA as part of a renovation of the garden apartment in a Grade II listed property in New Town, Edinburgh by Barclay Interiors. The project has been shortlisted for an International Design and Architecture award. As space was limited, the kitchen is built along one wall with two large windows to allow natural light to flow into the space. The light colour scheme ensures that the kitchen feels bright and also complements the overall interior design style of the apartment. Open shelving creates practical storage space, whilst creating an area to display objects and accessories that add personality to the kitchen. The polished white Macaubus worktops complement the light colour scheme whilst adding interest and the horizontal veining enhances the feeling of space. As the apartment is a luxury holiday rental, the kitchen had to be easy to maintain and highly durable so handleless, laminate cabinetry was chosen. To maintain the minimalist design, many of the appliances were integrated to hide them away with only the Siemens oven and induction hob on show. The kitchen cleverly conceals a fridge, washing machine and extractor, making this a compact yet highly functional kitchen. Photography by James Balston Photography.
Beautiful contemporary design with grey concrete and light grey matte lacquer doors. The grey tones are blended harmoniously with a lovely bookmatched worktop and an antique mirror splashback, adding a final touch with our special Liebherr Handleless Wine Cooler!
Active Builders London ltd
Kitchen with island and herringbone style splashback with floating shelves
This open plan space is split into segments using the long and narrow kitchen island and the dining table. It is clear to see how each of these spaces can have different uses.
Kettle Co. Kitchens
This Cornish county home required a bespoke designed kitchen to maximise storage yet create a warm, fresh and open feel to the room.