Dining RoomContemporary Kitchen

William Goddard Photography

This is an example of a contemporary kitchen/diner in Other with metro tiled splashback, a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood worktops, white splashback and white floors. —  Houzz
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Mark McDonald wrote:19 July 2014
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    DHV Architects
    6 years ago
    It is a rubber floor called Dalsouple
  • jchedders
    5 years ago
    Great floor how does it compare pricewise to poured resin?
est2014 wrote:23 August 2015
  • allyallyally3
    5 years ago
    On one of the other photos I noticed it mentions it is Dalsouple rubber flooring. Looks fab :)
tazchina wrote:28 February 2015
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    DHV Architects
    5 years ago

    This is Dalsouple rubber flooring

Nicole Brzeska wrote:30 November 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Lara Sargent added this to 10 Floors That Will Transform Your Kitchen10 December 2015

    Rev up with rubberRubber is incredibly tough, practical and waterproof and has a cool, utilitarian edge. It comes in sheets or tiles in a fab line-up of shades, from rose pink to anthracite grey, as well as terrazzo and marble designs. In addition to the popular smooth, flat finishes, there are textured patterns available for extra grip underfoot – but do be aware these are a tad more difficult to clean.

    Cathy Rebecca added this to Kitchen of the Week: A Bright and Airy Kitchen Makeover in Bristol27 November 2014

    When the family bought the property, the ground floor was a warren of rooms with very little light. ‘There were actually two kitchens – the original Victorian one and another, 1970s kitchen beyond it, plus a bathroom and scullery beyond that,’ Elke explains. She stripped the entire area, which involved removing a large chimney breast and putting in a substantial amount of steel to support the building. The result was well worth it, though – a light-filled, spirit-lifting space. Cabinets, Ikea. Rubber floor, Dalsouple.Browse thousands of white kitchen photos on Houzz to find more inspiration.

    Sian Meades added this to Ask an Architect: How Do I Hire Someone to Redesign My Home?22 July 2014

    But also… think further than pricePrice is an important part of choosing who to work with, but it shouldn’t be the only factor in your decision.‘Don’t choose on cost alone,’ warns Federica Vasetti, a director of DHV Architects. ‘When comparing prices, try to understand exactly what you’re getting. The remit of architectural services varies enormously: some designers produce detailed documentation specific to the project, others provide more basic information and generic specifications. The fee quote should be very clear on what the deliverables are for each stage of the project.’

    Jo Froude added this to How to Maximise Light in the Kitchen17 July 2014

    Say yes to white gloss Banish dark, matt hues and lift the mood with a glossy all-white scheme. From wall tiles and flooring to units and furniture, bright, shiny surfaces will bounce the light around. Choose smooth expanses, then introduce texture through accessories – a paper lantern or stylish clock, for instance – also in white, of course.See how to make white work in your home

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    bunbun771 added this to My Kitchen Plan21 May 2020

    the more I look at this - the more I like it..white? lights?

    John Park added this to ID 12 Resilient Finish - Rubber14 October 2019

    2. Inspiration - I like this white rubber flooring finish because it brings clean look to over all kitchen and dining space.

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