Covent Garden HouseContemporary Kitchen, London

Kitchen. Designed by Form Studio, the kitchen door fronts and island unit are made from White High Max. The stools are from Magi and the lights over the island unit from Martini Lighting.
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Bruce Hemming (photography) : Form Studio (architecture)

This is an example of a large contemporary l-shaped open plan kitchen in London with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface benchtops, beige splashback, glass sheet splashback, stainless steel appliances, ceramic floors, with island, grey floor and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: 8 Cabinet Lighting Solutions for Your Kitchen5 March 2017

1. Display cabinet lightingGlass door cabinets are a great place to display prized crockery collections, decorative items and glassware in a kitchen. Add extra impact to displays with the addition of some lighting inside the cabinets. Position a downlight in the top of the cabinet and use glass shelves to display items. The glass shelves will allow light to travel down right to the bottom shelf. Tip: The same principle can be applied to open-shelf units, just remember that the lighting will highlight finger marks and dust on the shelves and on crockery. Glass-fronted doors help to keep dust out.Light up your kitchen with LEDs

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