Dark Blue Geometric KitchenTransitional Kitchen
Shaker kitchen cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball Hague blue with antique brass knobs, pulls and catches. The worktop is Arabescato Corcia Marble. A wall of tall cabinets feature a double larder, double integrated oven and integrated fridge/freezer. A shaker double ceramic sink with polished nickel mixer tap and a Quooker boiling water tap sit in the perimeter run of cabinets with a Bert & May Majadas tile splash back topped off with a floating oak shelf. An induction hob sits on the island with three hanging pendant lights. Two moulded dark blue bar stools provide seating at the overhang worktop breakfast bar. The flooring is dark oak parquet.
Photographer - Charlie O'Beirne
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Add marble for an eclectic feel If you like a kitchen packed with personality, you’re going to need to bring in some texture and pattern. One way to do this is with wooden floors. Another is by using decorative splashback tiles like these ones. For the worktops? Forget sparkly, glittery composites, instead choose a marble-look design that can, like any well-chosen home buy, fit right in with all sorts of other decorative elements.
Rule 7: Shop around For the items not covered in your contractor’s price, it’s a good idea to get quotes from a number of different suppliers. The important thing here is to make sure each company is working from the same brief. Even the most subtle of differences in the plans you give them can have a huge impact on how much they’ll charge. If everyone is quoting for the same design brief, you can compare the quotes exactly, which will ensure you get the best deal.Need some inspiration? Take a tour of this contemporary kitchen in a Georgian home