Bishops Park Open Plan, White KitchenTransitional Kitchen, London

Design ideas for a classic galley kitchen/diner in London with white cabinets, shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood flooring and an island. —  Houzz
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archika78 wrote:19 January 2015
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    CATO creative Ltd
    last month

    Hi Emma. It really comes down to style preference. Not a very exciting answer I'm afraid. Good Luck.

  • emmaparker31
    last month

    Thank you.

agrievson wrote:1 March 2017
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    Floor Monster
    3 years ago
    last modified: 3 years ago

    Hi there,

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  • Priya Patel
    3 years ago

    Hi, which type of Driftwood is this? Do you have a link please?

Keith Deininger wrote:18 December 2016
  • fangxuan
    2 years ago

    hi, it's wonderful kitchen/dining area you've created, we love every bit of it, just wonder what's the likely budget to have it done like this, we recently bought a house in Surbiton, and we would like to seek some professional opinion, many thanks

  • johnny lin
    2 years ago

    hi I very like this styles for kitchen. Would you please told me where I can bought the whole integrated kitchen equipment like this,

Sharon wrote:19 June 2015
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    CATO creative Ltd
    5 years ago

    Sorry for the delay in responding! The cabinets were designed by CATO creative and the worktop is from Silestone.

    Thanks, CATO team

  • rinabegum198198
    3 years ago
    Hi there please can you let me know the colour used for the worktops. I have been debating over Lyra and Bianco Rivers but love the ones you have used.

    Thank you.
vickycarlin wrote:22 March 2015
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    CATO creative Ltd
    4 years ago

    Hi there Vicky. The lantern was already there when we started. Try Town and Country for something similar. Apologies for the delay in responding. CATO creative.

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    User
    4 years ago
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gafamiglietti wrote:28 September 2016
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    CATO creative Ltd
    3 years ago

    Hi. The floor is from Chenille.co.uk thanks for asking

jaynemeehan wrote:31 January 2015
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    CATO creative Ltd
    5 years ago
    hi Jaynemeehan, they're from skinflint designs. We hope this helps. Best regards, the CATO team
lethomas76 wrote:22 January 2015
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    CATO creative Ltd
    5 years ago
    Hi lethomas76, the floor is a brushed and oiled oak from Cherville.co.uk. We hope this helps. Best regards, the CATO team
HU-6765069462001 wrote:22 June 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    parsonsgray
    Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to Where to Spend and How to Save When Designing Your Kitchen7 July 2017

    Spend… time on planning and budgetingWhen you’re putting in a new kitchen, it’s likely that 40-50 per cent of your budget will go on building and labour costs. By being realistic about affordability at the outset, you’ll avoid costly mistakes (not to mention disappointment) later on. Start planning early on, make a list of your must-haves and keep a spreadsheet. Allow room for a contingency fund, as big builds tend to include unforeseen spends. Even if yours doesn’t, an emergency fund will allow you a little breathing space if you see something you can’t live without. Shop around and don’t be afraid to ask for discounts, and if your heart is set on a hand-built, top-of-the-range wood kitchen, but it’s not in your budget, consider finding a top-quality carpenter that can make something similar.

    victoriaharrisonwrites
    Victoria Harrison added this to The 11 Most Popular Kitchen Photos on Houzz and What They Tell Us3 January 2017

    Choose open-plan livingThis bright and airy space with bifold doors leading out into the garden is refreshingly contemporary and made it into the ideabooks and wish lists of 160,000 Houzzers.The wide plank flooring in particular really caught the attention of Houzzers, as did the pitched roof lights and oversized pendant lighting. See kitchen design ideas for open-plan living

    lwkkitchens
    LWK London Kitchens added this to 10 Kitchen Renovation Costs You May Not Have Considered18 August 2016

    You!The last cost on this list might surprise you, but one of the biggest hidden costs can actually be you. While it’s your prerogative to change your mind during your project, you need to bear in mind that if you do this at a later stage, it may cost you. If you decide on a different worktop, for example, after the original choice has already been cut to size, you’ll have to pay for both. Other items may be returnable, but it’s worth finding out which aren’t in advance. Alternatively, you might decide on different appliances after yours have already been ordered and delivered, in which case a restocking fee may apply.You can reduce the risk of all this happening by working with a good designer, who will take the time from the very early stages to work through all the options with you thoroughly, so you only sign off on the final design once you’re fully aware of everything that’s being ordered and are entirely happy with your choices. Your relationship with your designer can be absolutely key to the final result. Have you encountered other unexpected costs during a kitchen renovation? Share your experiences and tips in the Comments below.

    sophiebaylis
    Sophie Baylis added this to How to Choose the Right Engineered Wood Flooring4 August 2016

    Is it possible to have an unfinished floor? While most people prefer to buy pre-finished engineered wood flooring, you can have your floors finished at home. Ask your fitter or do it yourself. While it’s labour-intensive – “drying times are between 10 and 12 hours per coat,” says Mil-Homens – there’s a large range of oils and lacquers to choose from, so you’ll be able to get the exact look and feel you want. Explore all the main options for kitchen flooring

    larawatson
    Lara Watson added this to Which are the Most-saved Kitchens on Houzz?7 March 2016

    Light and bright does it for usWe all seem to hanker after a breezy, sunshine-filled cooking area, with plenty of space to dine and gather, as well as to chop and bake. Lots of you thought this Shaker-style kitchen set-up had it all. With bifold doors opening out onto the garden, a generous kitchen island, and chic, oversized pendant lights, it ticks plenty of boxes. The colour scheme is a favourite with Houzzers, too, with clean white, industrial chrome and sophisticated black doing their jobs undeniably well.

    larawatson
    Lara Watson added this to Which are the Most-saved Photos on Houzz UK?15 January 2016

    We all love letting in the lightThis airy, sunshine-filled kitchen was a winner with you and it’s easy to see why. Bifold doors, a vaulted skylight, oversized chrome pendant lights and a bright, white scheme all make for one dazzling space that’s led by light.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    wayne_mcnulty
    Wayne Mcnulty added this to Wayne's Ideas3 days ago

    Open door. White wall outside continuity

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