Blackheath KitchenMidcentury Kitchen, London
Bespoke Uncommon Projects plywood kitchen with black laminate doors, maple veneered plywood carcasses and a solid surface worktop.
Photos by Jocelyn Low
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Incorporate open shelvingIf you don’t need, or want, traditional wall cabinets, you may well find you have the space for some kind of visible storage zone. This is a fantastic opportunity to add character and warmth to a sleek kitchen. Talk to your designer about how and where you could include some open shelving in your kitchen. They’ll probably ask about how tidy you are before going too far down this road… it’s important to be honest with them. If you’re not very tidy, then a smaller open storage section – perhaps arranged with a permanent display of items you rarely use – might work best for you.