Contemporary Shaker KitchenTransitional Kitchen, Manchester

This bright and light shaker style kitchen is painted in bespoke Tom Howley paint colour; Chicory, the light Ivory Spice granite worktops and Mazzano Tumbled marble flooring create a heightened sense of space.

Design ideas for a medium sized classic open plan kitchen in Manchester with grey cabinets, granite worktops, marble flooring, an island and beaded cabinets. —  Houzz
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venner wrote:19 July 2016
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    Tom Howley
    4 years ago

    Hi ,you can find these lights by following this link - http://www.pure-stone.co.uk/provence/

  • karen4227
    4 years ago
    They are from Elstead Lighting.....Provence range. Rise and fall pendants. They're beautiful.
lynsey197701 wrote:28 November 2015
  • LTS
    5 years ago
    Try Armac Martin.
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    More Handles Ltd
    5 years ago

    The links above are Armac Martin!

wetrooms wrote:31 January 2016
  • Dawn Considine Williams
    4 years ago

    love the colours - can you tell me what you have used for the units and walls please?


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    Tom Howley
    3 years ago

    Hi Dawn, thank you! The kitchen island is painted in our bespoke colour Chicory and the cabinetry in the colour Meadowsweet.

Shadi wrote:23 October 2015
  • Emily Orme
    last month

    Hi! Please can you share where you got these tiles from?

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    Tom Howley
    last month

    Hi Emily, these marble tiles are from Pure Stone. They have a fantastic selection of finishes. Kind regards, Jess.

hayley_cargill wrote:20 April 2017
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    Tom Howley
    3 years ago

    Hello, this flooring is called 'Mazzano Tumbled' and it is a marble finish - we hope this helps!

  • Mark Mark
    2 years ago

    Also love this floor. Do you sell this or do you have a partnership with a retailer?

J C wrote:6 August 2018
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    Tom Howley
    2 years ago

    Hi, thank you for your message. The work surface is by Silestone and it is the Lagoon Quartz. The lighting is from Pure Stone flooring and they are the Provence rise and fall pendants.

A C wrote:1 May 2017
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    Tom Howley
    3 years ago

    Hi, all of our showrooms have samples of all paint colours, worksurfaces and hardware available for you to view. If you would like to arrange a visit please send us a direct message and we can advise where would be best for you to visit.

Willis Projects Consulting wrote:18 April 2017
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    Tom Howley
    3 years ago

    Hello, the architrave pictured here is specifically designed in our factory to sit alongside this Tom Howley kitchen design. We hope this helps.

Winifred Tracey wrote:1 June 2016
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    Tom Howley
    4 years ago

    Hi, yes the cabinets are painted in Tom Howley's bespoke paint colour 'Meadowsweet'.

sheelz49 wrote:25 May 2016
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    Tom Howley
    4 years ago

    Hi, the cabinetry is painted in Tom Howley bespoke paint colour 'Chicory'.

sjcutie wrote:2 May 2016
  • Mags Kilbane
    3 years ago

    The island is Tom Howley Chicory and the kitchen cabinets are Tom Howley meadowsweet

Ranveer Singh wrote:4 February 2016
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    Tom Howley
    5 years ago

    Hi, I'm sorry we don't have access to the dimensions of this kitchen. If you would like to speak to a designer about your project please visit www.tomhowley.co.uk/houzz

Rachael Geeves wrote:7 October 2015
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    Tom Howley
    5 years ago

    Hi Rachael, the lights are from a lighting company in Cheshire called Lighthaus - they are a beautiful addition above any island.

Mithun Sarkar wrote:5 October 2020

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    Try to enjoy the experienceAim to stay positive throughout. Remi suggests having a decent contingency fund will help to keep stress levels down. “We recommend you ringfence a 20% contingency finance fund, as you’re likely to need it – not necessarily to pay your builder for ‘extras’, but for expenditure that could not have been foreseen, but for which you should be prepared,” he says. “This will help you relax, as you can deal with any issues that arise – and if there are no issues, then you’ll be better off!”Tell us…Have you had a positive experience with builders? How did you help to create a good relationship? Share your tips in the Comments.

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    Amanda Pollard added this to What Colour Should I Paint My Kitchen Cabinets?25 May 2017

    Opt for timeless greyA classic choice for your kitchen cabinets is a pale shade of grey. A colour like this is also a great option if you don’t want to overwhelm a space, but crave something more inviting than brilliant white. If you’re worried it might feel bland, layer up different greys as they’ve done here. The designers chose a very pale hue for the outer cabinets and a slightly darker one for the island, which gives an added depth to the room.Discover how to layer shades of grey for depth and harmony

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    Victoria Harrison added this to The 11 Most Popular Kitchen Photos on Houzz and What They Tell Us3 January 2017

    Plump for a pale greyThis kitchen really got Houzzers talking. It was saved more than 280,000 times and can you guess the most frequently asked question? ‘What paint colour did you use for the cabinets?’ Happily, the designer responded to all your queries, providing extra information on everything from the lighting to the worktop material. You can click on the image for more information. In case you’re wondering, the island is painted in Chicory and the cabinets in Meadowsweet, both bespoke colours by Tom Howley.

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