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Cobham HouseTransitional Kitchen, Surrey

Photo of a large traditional kitchen/diner in Surrey with a submerged sink, shaker cabinets, multi-coloured splashback, integrated appliances and an island. —  Houzz
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mp_sigginssmithRosielee Smith wrote:26 May 2016
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    Sola Kitchens
    6 years ago

    The flooring was sourced and supplied by Interior Designer Georgie Rudge of Townhouse Interiors http://www.townhouse-interiordesign.co.uk/

  • Meeta Lokhande
    last year

    What colour are the tiles? They look lovely

h3dgehogh3dgehog wrote:27 September 2016
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    Sola Kitchens
    5 years ago


    The total room is about 12 x 5 meters.

sueseksuesek wrote:14 May 2016
smccormack52Sonia Stickley wrote:5 April 2016
rosbegBrem McBeg wrote:4 August 2015
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    Sola Kitchens
    7 years ago

    Hi, no the island worktop is in two parts. Granite and composite comes I slabs of approx. 2x3 meters, it varies between material and manufacturers so islands longer than 3 meters will usually need a joint.

cher_atkinsoncher_atkinson wrote:1 August 2015
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    Sola Kitchens
    7 years ago

    Hi, they were client's existing so I don't know. Sorry!

bubble46bubble46 wrote:7 July 2015
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    Sola Kitchens
    7 years ago

    Bianco Crystal Granite, and the units are painted in black and white. The actual paint was bought from Sweden.

cher_atkinsoncher_atkinson wrote:18 June 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

LWK London Kitchens added this to 10 Decisions to Make When Planning a Kitchen Island20 November 2015

Should the island include seating?Many homeowners wish to include seating at their island, as it makes for a sociable setting, as well as providing a practical space for working or dining. Typically, islands are rectangular in shape, with seating at either of the shorter sides, across the back length, or a combination of both. Ensuring enough space for seating at your island is important. Generally, we would allow a width of 50-60cm from the edge of a worktop to the back of a stool, and 30cm of knee space for an average-sized adult. On a 3m island, these dimensions would allow for 4-6 seats, depending on your choice of stools. Some stools have very small backs and narrow bodies, while others have large wingbacks, which prohibit more than four stools around an island of the same size.Shop bar stools on Houzz

Jo Simmons added this to Kitchen of the Week: Supersized Storage in a Striking Surrey Kitchen20 May 2015

Kitchen at a GlanceWho lives here A Swedish couple with their three childrenProperty A five-bedroom detached houseLocation Cobham, SurreySize 15m x 5.5mDesigner Sofia Bune Strandh of Sola Kitchens‘Storage and work space were priorities for the owner,’ says Sofia. The previous kitchen had little of either, so Sofia designed in a supersized island. ‘It measures 5m by 1.2m,’ says Sofia. ‘It’s big! Now, the children and any guests have somewhere to sit while the owner prepares meals.’ The Bianco Crystal granite worktop overhangs the units at one end and the cabinets dogleg in on this side, so that stools can be positioned here to create a seating area.

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Geraldine Brewster added this to My ideas19 July 2022

Optimising space- bar stools/ cupboards under island, cupboards above work surface

cjbouska added this to cj kitchen11 June 2022

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