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Bakery Place Contemporary Kitchen, London

David Butler
This is an example of a contemporary l-shaped kitchen in London with light hardwood flooring, a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets and an island. — Houzz

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mattchambers247 wrote:
Glass panel room dividers - Does anyone know where i can purchase glass black dividers from in the UK.
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Robert Rhodes Architecture + Interiors
You'll want to find a steel fabricator that does Crittall style glazing. Try Fabco Sanctuary Ltd, or Clement Steel Windows - or Crittall themselves.
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Mole & Sparrow Ltd
Try - very good value
lyonsie24 wrote:
Kitchen colour - Hi stunning kitchen can you please tell me what colour you used for it. Many thanks
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charlie_bill wrote:
Midas stools? - Are these midas bar stools from Rockett St George and if so are they comfortable? Thanks
christabelt wrote:
Kitchen - Hi, could you share the name of the kitchen company?

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Get a glass partition wallThis is a really neat solution for sectioning off an open-plan kitchen and a living space without blocking the light flow from one side to the other. By dividing the room with glazed panels taken right up to the roof, there is a distinct division of the space but the cooking and relaxing areas still stay intrinsically linked, while none of the sense of height and space of the large room is lost, as it would be with a solid partition wall.
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Work in linesAdd a sculptural element to a modern kitchen with a linear design. Here, the black frames of the stools echo the lines on the window panels and dining room chairs. And it would be easy to pop on a cushion to add a little colour to the scheme.

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Cabinet color and light countertops

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