JNJ Building Services Ltd
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Interiors By Tracy Smith
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Sheffield Sustainable Kitchens
We designed this cosy grey family kitchen with reclaimed timber and elegant brass finishes, to work better with our clients’ style of living. We created this new space by knocking down an internal wall, to greatly improve the flow between the two rooms. Our clients came to us with the vision of creating a better functioning kitchen with more storage for their growing family. We were challenged to design a more cost-effective space after the clients received some architectural plans which they thought were unnecessary. Storage and open space were at the forefront of this design. Previously, this space was two rooms, separated by a wall. We knocked through to open up the kitchen and create a more communal family living area. Additionally, we knocked through into the area under the stairs to make room for an integrated fridge freezer. The kitchen features reclaimed iroko timber throughout. The wood is reclaimed from old school lab benches, with the graffiti sanded away to reveal the beautiful grain underneath. It’s exciting when a kitchen has a story to tell. This unique timber unites the two zones, and is seen in the worktops, homework desk and shelving. Our clients had two growing children and wanted a space for them to sit and do their homework. As a result of the lack of space in the previous room, we designed a homework bench to fit between two bespoke units. Due to lockdown, the clients children had spent most of the year in the dining room completing their school work. They lacked space and had limited storage for the children’s belongings. By creating a homework bench, we gave the family back their dining area, and the units on either side are valuable storage space. Additionally, the clients are now able to help their children with their work whilst cooking at the same time. This is a hugely important benefit of this multi-functional space. The beautiful tiled splashback is the focal point of the kitchen. The combination of the teal and vibrant yellow into the muted colour palette brightens the room and ties together all of the brass accessories. Golden tones combined with the dark timber give the kitchen a cosy ambiance, creating a relaxing family space. The end result is a beautiful new family kitchen-diner. The transformation made by knocking through has been enormous, with the reclaimed timber and elegant brass elements the stars of the kitchen. We hope that it will provide the family with a warm and homely space for many years to come.
Clare Elise Interiors
The kitchen / snug area has a real sense of identity and feels connected yet not blended to the other areas of the house. Neutral off white walls with the back wall painted in a very dark grey helps frame the garden. The bespoke bench in the dining space takes centre stage and again offers clever storage solutions whilst the half painted wall brings in colour and helps define this area of the large open plan space. In the snug end existing furniture items were re-upholstered to stand out and art sings!
This is an example of a medium sized traditional enclosed dining room in London with blue walls, medium hardwood flooring, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace surround and a chimney breast.
Inspiration for a large classic open plan dining room in Other with white walls, grey floors and a coffered ceiling.
Trevor Brown Architects
This is an example of a classic dining room in London.
Kudos Design & Build Ltd
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SWITCH INTERIOR DESIGN
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End Grain Ltd
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We designed the dining area in conjunction with the open plan kitchen and low level seating area, so that it would be a sociable and light space for entertaining. The bespoke joinery displays glassware & stores wine, whilst the mix of mid-century furniture and contemporary pendants keep it feeling modern and relaxed.
DESIGNER TOUCHES LTD
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Inspiration for a medium sized contemporary kitchen/dining room in London with grey floors.
Large contemporary kitchen/dining room in London with light hardwood flooring, white walls and beige floors.
Joy Flanagan Design
This drama filled dining room is not just for special occasions but is also used every day by the family. With its mirrored wall extending the space and reflecting the breathtaking chandelier this dining room is exceedingly elegant. The pop of orange-red with the chairs and artwork brings this elegant space to life and adds personality to the space.
Fervid Group: Architecture, Design & Development
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The SpaceMaker Interiors
Large traditional dining room in Cheshire with green walls, wallpapered walls and feature lighting.
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Stickland Wright Architects + Interiors
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