Bespoke Shaker Style Kitchen - North LondonTraditional Kitchen, Kent

Paul Winch Furness

Design ideas for a small traditional galley kitchen in Kent with shaker cabinets, green cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar, granite worktops, terracotta flooring and beige worktops. —  Houzz
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saulevesauleve wrote:5 March 2018
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    They where the clients so I don't have the product details on them. So sorry.

offgriduseroffgriduser wrote:20 June 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Ways to Fit a Seating Area into a Galley Kitchen6 January 2020

    Go round the bendThis kitchen is quite roomy, but it could have been tricky to fit a seat into the rectangular space. The designers at Smartstyle Interiors have added a peninsula to the end of the run of base units with a couple of stools below.The simple addition is ideal as a breakfast bar and can double up as an extra work surface. A peninsula like this would need a fairly wide area, so would work best in a larger galley kitchen.Need some space planning ideas? Find interior designers in your area.

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 11 Ideas to Help You Pick Your Kitchen Lighting8 May 2018

    Keep it simple with downlightsOf course, you don’t have to go for a pendant light at all. Recessed spotlights are simple and practical, and they won’t get in the way of other features in the room. This pale green, Shaker-style kitchen has plenty of beautiful features and looks just as lovely without statement lighting. The grid of downlights is functional yet unobtrusive.

    susannahhutchison
    Susannah Hutchison added this to Are These the Best Kitchen Island Seating Ideas?26 October 2017

    Work aroundAlthough technically more of a peninsular than an island, this curve-ended worktop extension is a neat solution in a narrow kitchen. A small table and chairs would just about fit in here, but the advantage of this mini-island section is that it provides some invaluable extra same-height worktop space. Leaving the bottom open means the stools can tuck out of the way when not in use.How have you tackled island seating? Share your suggestions in the Comments section.

    cherylfreedman
    Cheryl Freedman added this to 13 Modern Ways to Get a Traditional-style Kitchen27 November 2016

    Choose traditional-style handlesThe handles you choose can make a huge difference to the look of your traditional kitchen. Here, Shaker-style ‘peg’ knobs have a pleasing simplicity. By leaving them unpainted, they also add a lovely wooden contrast to the painted cupboards.How to get your kitchen handles right

    stowed
    stowed added this to Think You Haven’t Got Space for a... Kitchen Island?14 November 2016

    Opt for light and airyYou don’t need to fill in the space under a peninsula. Sometimes, leg room and a view straight through can stop things seeming too overcrowded.This floating work surface is a deft addition to an already well-furnished kitchen. To add in cabinets below might have been too heavy. A simple curved continuation of the work surface gives a little space to sit and rounds off the kitchen neatly.

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