Clerkenwell Flat 2Contemporary Kitchen, London

Edward Park

This is an example of a small contemporary u-shaped open plan kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets and a breakfast bar. —  Houzz
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yafenid wrote:18 September 2015
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects
    4 years ago

    The floor is cork, factory finished in white.

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feioi
Feioi added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Heating a Cold Kitchen on Any Budget11 October 2016

As well as the style of your radiators, have a think about where they will be positioned in the room. A common spot is under a window, but there’s plenty of debate about whether or not that’s a good idea. On one hand, some heat will be lost through the window as warm air rises from the radiator, but on the other hand, the cold air created by the glass causes a chilly downdraught, which is counteracted by a radiator below it. You may have no choice but to install a radiator under a window, as this area is often redundant and leaves the rest of your wall space available for furniture.Here, a zingy yellow radiator complements this bright kitchen, but is neatly positioned under the breakfast bar – another otherwise redundant space.

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Kate Burt added this to 99 Ingenious Ideas to Steal for Your Small Kitchen19 February 2016

79 Use Colour Wisely Part ll: Decorate with tones of one colourKeeping to one hue in your small kitchen will help maintain an aesthetic that oozes control and calm. Here, different shades of blue on the units create a soothing gradient effect, while a white backdrop – and minimal accessorising – keeps the room from looking colour-cluttered and potentially smaller as a result. The spike of neon yellow is so small it doesn’t impinge on the space.

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Cathy Rebecca added this to 10 Simple Style Hacks to Improve the Look of Your Home1 December 2015

Transform a radiatorIt’s a simple update, but painting radiators will give a room an instant lift. You might decide to disguise your central heating system by painting radiators in the same colour as your walls, or overhaul them with a pastel or bold paint to make them a design feature in their own right. Just make sure the paint is suitable for use on radiators.TELL US…Do you have any quick and easy decorating ideas? Share them in the Comments below.

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Sophie Baylis added this to Kitchen Planning: How to Choose the Perfect Kitchen Cupboards31 October 2015

Perfect fitThe quality of the fit is the most important element of any kitchen project. It’s crucial the fitter is confident in what they’re doing. ‘Your retailer will be able to recommend someone if they don’t have their own fitters on board,’ advises Tough. ‘Always seek recommendations and always ask to see examples of their previous work.’Davonport adds, ‘Don’t just choose the first installer that comes along because they’re cheap, as you may end up having to hire a new installer or pay out more money for new kitchen units, simply because they’ve not been professionally fitted to a high standard.’

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Elz Lope added this to My Project20 July 2020

Not many designers would think to incorporate three color tones from the same family in their cabinet design,

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Margaret Platt added this to TILES - KITCHEN & BATH9 February 2020

I would consider colored cabinet doors such as these in different blues. What do you think?

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Sandra Wildman added this to Sandra's ideas29 September 2019

like the different shades of blue units..

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