Kitchen Design, Tunbridge WellsTransitional Kitchen, Kent

Mid-sized transitional galley separate kitchen in Kent with a farmhouse sink, granite benchtops, white splashback, panelled appliances, dark hardwood floors, with island, brown floor, shaker cabinets and grey cabinets. —  Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to Kiwis Name Their Top 30 Favourite Kitchens of 201820 November 2018

24. Location: Kent, UKFeatures: With this much light flooding in, a black kitchen is all the more appealing.

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Reasons to Choose Dark Kitchen Cabinetry4 October 2018

4. Contrast with whiteIf you’re going for a white benchtop, contrasting it with a dark shade will have the most striking effect. Here, the gleaming marbled surface looks stunning against the deep-hued cabinets. The designers have embraced the contrast, mixing white walls with dark grey features to create a monochrome kitchen. To warm up the room, they’ve added a timber floor and some soft foliage.Browse more magnificent monochrome kitchens

Amanda Pollard added this to Pendant Placement: 11 Bright Ideas for Kitchen Lighting16 July 2018

7. Strategically position wall lightsDon’t forget the practical possibilities of wall lighting, particularly for illuminating specific areas. In this stylish kitchen, the designers have positioned wall lamps above the sink area to make it easy to wash up. The vintage design complements the rest of the space and works as a stylish feature, as well as a functional element.Picture Perfect: 45 Stunning Pendant Lights From Around the Globe

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Andrew Jekyll added this to Interior Ideas25 April 2022

Black cabinets, door frame colour