Contemporary Shaker KitchenTransitional Kitchen, Manchester

This bright and light shaker style kitchen is painted in bespoke Tom Howley paint colour; Chicory, the light Ivory Spice granite worktops and Mazzano Tumbled marble flooring create a heightened sense of space.

Design ideas for a mid-sized transitional open plan kitchen in Manchester with grey cabinets, granite benchtops, marble floors, with island and beaded inset cabinets. —  Houzz
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suewheatland wrote:15 Nov. 2015
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    Hi, just wondering what colour paint has been used on the cupboards please (dulux colour)? I have read above that you have painted the island in Chicory - is this a dulux colour also?

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    Debbie Collins

    Can you tell me the colour of the cupboards please

littleshepherd wrote:19 Feb. 2016
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    Scavolini Kitchen, Living and Bathroom

    Yes it is, it's a very nice touch on traditional style kitchens. If you need any help with your project we are happy to help.

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    Tom Howley

    Hi, yes the paint is a matt finish - this is a look very in keeping with a traditional shaker style kitchen.

HU-371936 wrote:12 Apr. 2017
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    Tom Howley

    Hi, we're sorry we currently do not export to Australia.

janescott111 wrote:24 Sep. 2016
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    Tom Howley

    Hi, the cabinets are painted in Tom Howley Meadowsweet. Many thanks

marg2410 wrote:13 May 2016
Bernadette Sharp wrote:17 Apr. 2016
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    Tom Howley

    Hi, yes the splashback is the same finish as the work surface. We hope this helps.

Christian De Leon wrote:20 Mar. 2016
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    Debbie Collins

    The English Tapware Company in Melbourne or Sydney

Mymillamoo wrote:28 Jan. 2016
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    Tom Howley

    Hi, the island is painted in Tom Howley Chicory.

Debbie Collins wrote:25 Jan. 2016
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    Tom Howley

    Hi Debbie, the flooring in this kitchen is Mazzano Tumbled marble flooring. Many thanks

What Houzz contributors are saying:

David K Warfel at added this to 8 Steps to Do an Electrical Walk-Through of Your Home28 May 2019

6. Consider shadows When a recessed downlight is placed over the space between a kitchen bench and the island, where will it cast shadows when you are standing at the range hood? Too often, fixtures are installed in the wrong place because ceiling geometry is considered more important than what you are doing with the chef’s knife. Creative lighting solutions can greatly improve workspaces.From Planning to Pendants: Kitchen Lighting Essentials

Joanna Tovia added this to Dish it Up: The Best-Looking Kitchens of 20172 Oct 2017

1. Location: Manchester, UKKey features: Shaker-style cabinetry in soft grey will never go out of style.See more of this kitchen

Amanda Pollard added this to Cooking With Colour: What Shade Suits Your Kitchen Cabinets?5 Jun 2017

Opt for timeless greyA classic choice for your kitchen cabinets is a paler shade of grey. A colour like this is also a great option if you don’t want to overwhelm a space, but crave something more inviting than brilliant white. If you’re worried it might feel bland, layer up different greys as they’ve done here. The designers chose a very pale hue for the outer cabinets and a slightly darker one for the island, which gives an added depth to the room.

Jenny Drew added this to 14 Design Ideas From the Most Popular Kitchen Photos of 201618 Dec 2016

9. Storage in every cornerA space where it is easy to store and find things was the most important consideration to 73 per cent of Australian homeowners in Houzz’s 2015 kitchen survey. It’s no surprise then that this kitchen with – get ready for it – floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, under-bench cupboards, open shelving and an island with closed and open storage, came in at number two on the most-saved kitchens for 2016 list.

Anne Ellard Design added this to Lighten Up Your Home With Terrific Tints3 May 2016

Tints of tertiaries and othersTints can be made of any colour, including tertiaries, creating a multitude of hues that span the entire spectrum. However, when white is added to black, the colour produced is grey, which is not strictly a tint but a tone. In fact, when grey is added to a colour, a tone of that colour is produced … but that’s another story.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

dandjkeel added this to Kitchen16 minutes ago

island & color, tall trimmed/paneled cabs w/ counter space & shelves

Марина Асриянц added this to Кухня1 hour ago

Цветовая гамма, пространство, окна, сочетание элементов

poyntless51 added this to New house ideas6 hours ago

Nice windows and doors, good island colour

sansing added this to Montone2 days ago

Island and wall cabinets different colours

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