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Contemporary Kitchen Contemporary Kitchen, London

Medium sized contemporary l-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, white splashback, integrated appliances, an island and white floors. — Houzz

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hilarymcconnell wrote:
very interested in your large glass display unit - Very interested in your large glass display unit Hilary
Jo wrote:
Tall wooden display cupboard - Hello can you tell me where the display cupboard is from? Many thanks Jo
Francis Zamani wrote:
What material is the worktop?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to What Will 2017’s Most Popular Trends Be? Ask a Design Blogger
Matt surfaces“We’ve had years of high gloss cabinets and it’s about time the pendulum swung back to matt…”
LWK Kitchens London added this to 10 Small Design Details That Can Transform Your Kitchen
Favour fingerprint-proof cabinet doorsIf fingerprints on your cabinetry bothers you, then it’s best to go for a matt rather than gloss finish as matt kitchens don’t show marks or smudges so prominently. This is often a concern for parents of small children, but if you still prefer a gloss kitchen, you can partially overcome this by teaming matt base cabinets with gloss wall units. That way, you still get a glossy look but these units are out of reach of sticky little fingers. If you opt for gloss, the colour and type of finish you choose can also impact on how visible finger marks are. Darker gloss colours show marks more than paler tones, while a glass kitchen also reveals smudges more easily than one with a laser or laminate finish.What small details have made a big impact on the look or use of your kitchen? Let us know in the Comments below.
Lucy Searle added this to Should I Choose Gloss or Matt Kitchen Units?
Matt two-tone unitsCompare this open-plan kitchen with the next one – both have similar colour schemes, but this room has matt cabinetry and the following one has gloss. Why matt here? The clue is in the furniture and lighting – both are period-style, which flatters a subtler matt finish more than the glitzier-looking gloss.Need a kitchen designer or fitter with reviews you can check out? Click here

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Bea added this to Interior Design
These are the colors i want for the kitchen just reversed (grey on top and blue on bottom)
capcobb added this to New Wall Colors
Use dab of orange/yellow color seen here on opposite wall (where sofa is) or a more burgundy/re/orange?

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