Photo of a traditional kitchen in London.

Bramham Gardens, South KensingtonTransitional Kitchen, London

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V wrote:31 Jan 2017
  • Olia

    Dear Vanessa,

    It's available to buy from us. The dimensions are 17 cm x 12,5 cm x 60 cm.

    Price £490.00


    Kind Regards,

    Olia

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Victoria Harrison added this to 7 Simple Rules for Designing a Small Space4 Jan 2019

Make mirrors your friendTricking the eye into thinking a space is bigger than it is with mirrors is a simple design tip that shouldn’t be underestimated. You don’t have to cover a wall in one large piece of mirror to get the effect, either. Slivers can be just as effective, whether you fit them behind a kitchen worktop, as shown here, tuck them into an alcove, or run them up a vertical wall. By reflecting light and creating the illusion there’s a view beyond, mirrors can make a small, boxy room feel instantly more airy. Position them opposite windows and light sources for maximum impact, and play with finishes, such as foxed or tinted, for a more decorative effect.

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Cheryl Freedman added this to 10 of the Most Amazing Small Kitchens on Houzz22 Dec 2016

Weave in a little glamourDon’t think antiqued mirror splashbacks and a crystal chandelier can work in a tiny kitchen? We beg to differ. What this glamorous flat lacks in spare inches it makes up for in style. The mirrors create an impression of space, while cabinets spray-painted silver enhance the light and add interest. While it might not be an obvious space-expander, investing in upholstered chairs can actually add an impression of space. Here, their light colour works with the tones of the kitchen units, and they continue the sophisticated (and therefore larger-than-it-is) look.Read the full story here

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Laura Wheat added this to Modern or Traditional? 5 Décor Decisions to Shape Your Victorian Home1 Jun 2016

…or contemporary cook spaceWorking with a similar palette, but aiming for a more contemporary feel, this bespoke kitchen features sleek, slab-front doors with fashionable T-bar handles. The antiqued bronze mirror splashback and oversized chandelier bring a dose of old Hollywood glamour, but with a modern twist.Tour the rest of this compact Victorian flat

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Natalie Wain added this to Houzz Tour: Clever Small Space Living in a Kensington Pied-à-terre20 Nov 2014

Even though the flat is compact, Irina has managed to pack in plenty of glamorous touches. The eye-catching splashback, for instance, is made from antiqued bronze mirror glass with a polished edged. ‘It looks very elegant, but it’s also practical and opens up the space in this corner,’ she revealsElsewhere in the kitchen, bespoke cabinetry – made by joinery specialists in the Kier Townsend studio – has been sprayed silver for a cool, crisp look. ‘It was such a small, awkward space,’ says Irina, ‘and the units were not standard size, so it was easier to make them ourselves.’ For the flooring, the designer chose hard-wearing textured ceramic tiles that look like wood. Antique mirror splashback, Saligo Design.Be inspired by ideas for making an open-plan design work in any property

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nonsugarcaffelatte added this to インテリア3 May 2019

鏡を味方につける 鏡を使うことで、空間をより広く見せる視覚効果を狙えます。この事例では、キッチンのワークトップの後ろに鏡をしのばせています。壁のくぼみに埋め込んだり、縦に設置するなど、置き場所を工夫してみましょう。 鏡が光を反射し、その奥まで空間が広がっているかのような錯覚を生み出すことで、小さな空間を一気に広々と演出してくれます。窓など光が差し込む場所の反対側に鏡を設置し、最大限の効果を狙いましょう。

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Michele Mendelssohn added this to Michele's ideas24 Feb 2019

Make mirrors your friend Tricking the eye into thinking a space is bigger than it is with mirrors is a simple design tip that shouldn’t be underestimated. You don’t have to cover a wall in one large piece of mirror to get the effect, either. Slivers can be just as effective, whether you fit them behind a kitchen worktop, as shown here, tuck them into an alcove, or run them up a vertical wall. By reflecting light and creating the illusion there’s a view beyond, mirrors can make a small, boxy room feel instantly more airy. Position them opposite windows and light sources for maximum impact, and play with finishes, such as foxed or tinted, for a more decorative effect.

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