Classic beautyModern Kitchen, London

Kitchen Architecture’s bulthaup b1 furniture in white laminate with b3 natural structured oak panels.

Inspiration for a modern galley kitchen in London with a submerged sink, white splashback, integrated appliances, light hardwood flooring, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and an island. —  Houzz
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Susannah Hutchison added this to Bar Stool Inspiration for Minimal, Modern Kitchens23 February 2018

Get aroundA classic style that won’t date, this round stool with its padded top makes it a comfy but unobtrusive choice in a modern kitchen. And black is a practical choice, too, especially in a family home where there are small children with mucky fingers…Tell us…What kind of stools do you have in your kitchen – and which of these styles would tempt you to upgrade? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.

Lara Sargent added this to 9 Reasons to Love Wooden Floors19 January 2016

Shake it up with a chevronI adore chevron wood flooring. For me, it creates a crisper, more contemporary vibe than a classic herringbone pattern. Chevron design is recognised by its distinctive ‘V’ shape, with angled boards designed to fit together at the ends, and was frequently found in large, elegant buildings, particularly in France. These days, it’s a great design trick for smaller spaces, as it will create an optical illusion that your room is wider or longer than it actually is.

Sophie Baylis added this to Kitchen Planning: Your Essential Guide to Buying a Built-in Oven21 April 2015

What are built-in and built-under ovens?A built-in oven is integrated into your kitchen cabinets, generally at eye level, which is a convenient height for getting hot dishes in and out. A built-under oven is similar, but installed under the kitchen worktop, and it also typically will have a hob fitted on top, although it doesn’t have to. Both single ovens (one cavity) and double ovens (two cavities) are available as built-in or built-under, and this guide will cover all four variations.ProsChoice is what sets these ovens apart from freestanding or range cookers: choice of cooking methods, choice of price points and the freedom to position the oven at a convenient height for you. But how to discover which features to choose for your built-in or built-under oven? Read on…Let the experts help you decide whether a range cooker is more your thing

Cheryl Freedman added this to 12 Breakfast Bars With Coffee Shop Appeal23 January 2015

Extend your worktopIn this long, slim kitchen the owners have extended the worktop beyond the island unit - meaning you can tuck feet under without knocking knees while you enjoy your cuppa. When you’ve finished, you can also tidy stools away underneath to keep things streamlined.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Ruta Sawant added this to Kitchen wishes1 May 2020

The clean lines, white look with light wood, island looks really long (not bad), oven and microwave in built.

HU-32406775 added this to Marshall Board & Vellum2 April 2020

Wood tone of island as general wood tone for kitchen cabinetry

Abby Rosenberg added this to Kitchen Ideas2 February 2020

Extension of island for breakfast bar

Sue Hean added this to Flooring - Kitchen1 February 2020

Herringbone wide planks allow a modern twist on a traditional material.

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