kitchenContemporary Kitchen, London
The new kitchen extension provided a foot print of approx 8.6m by 5.6m. We took a small space out of this footage by elongating the hallway to provide a utility room opposite a full height, double coat cupboard before entering the new kitchen.
As this is a new part of the house we embraced the modernity and choose sleek, handleless blue cabintery. The bronzed mirrored splashback adds warmth as well as maximising the sense of space.
Photography by @paullcraig
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6. Focal point. London, UKDesigner: Otta Design
Call it contemporaryA blue-and-white combination doesn’t only suit Shaker-style kitchens – this duo lends itself equally well to sleek doors and clean-lined islands. In this spacious kitchen, the cabinetry represents such a vast surface area, it’s almost equivalent to a painted wall. Keeping the rest of the scheme white ensures no colour competition to distract from the linear design.