Contemporary barn conversionContemporary Kitchen, London

Graham Gaunt

Contemporary galley kitchen in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, glass sheet splashback, an island, marble worktops and black appliances. —  Houzz
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k8assk8ass wrote:2 December 2014
  • ryanha
    4 years ago

    What are these worktops made of, stainless steel? Where are they from?

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    Clifton SMR
    4 years ago

    Hello! I believe they are stainless steel - Artichoke was the kitchen manufacturer, so best to speak to them.

oly592oly592 wrote:18 May 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Sarah Warwick added this to Will a Glass Splashback Suit My Kitchen?31 January 2018

    Protect but don’t concealAn exposed brick wall is a feature you probably wouldn’t want to cover, but the surface still needs protection from splashes from the hob. In this kitchen, a glass panel ensures the wall isn’t hidden, but won’t get splattered, either. It’s possible to buy off-the-peg glass splashbacks that echo standard appliance widths if you’re fitting one like this. Alternatively, of course, you can get a design made bespoke for your room.

    Probuild360 added this to Ask a Builder: What to Consider When Thinking About a Garage Conversion27 November 2015

    Plan heating, plumbing and electrics earlyThe functionality of the new space must be properly supported by utility services, so thoroughly plan your heating, lighting and electrics. You might go for underfloor heating to save wall space, or you might extend the existing central heating system (but be sure an engineer calculates the BTU requirements and capability of the existing boiler). Also make provisions for any hot and cold water supplies if you’re planning to install a basin, toilet or shower.With lighting and electrics, it’s important to plan for plenty, to avoid having to add in cables, sockets and lights at a later date.

    Karen Wilson added this to Dream Spaces: 10 Barn Conversions With a Touch of Magic3 July 2015

    Expose the building’s fabricA successful barn conversion offers a clever balance of exposed original stonework and smooth plastered walls – with the key word here being balance. Too much stone is overpowering, while too much plaster hides the story of the building. Such a backdrop is perfect for an industrial-style kitchen like this, proving there are far more workable options than sticking to the expected traditional country combo of Shaker units teamed with an Aga.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    HU-593220872 added this to Le mie idee11 April 2021


    Emi added this to risposta per cucina21 March 2021

    . Il vetro o il quarzo, sono la soluzione ottimale, perché privi di fughe e resistenti anche a detergenti più aggressivi».

    stasiyork added this to garage12 January 2021

    cross beams are a little above wall height

    David WILSON added this to David's Ideas6 December 2020

    Like the exposed brick , lights , cooking area seperated and island .

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