Evelyn RoadContemporary Kitchen
What Houzz contributors are saying:
50 Degrees North Architects
A strong, stylish worktopIf you like to cook, your kitchen worksurfaces will see some action, so as well as good looks, they’ll need strength and durability. To help you decide which type of worktop to go for, consider exactly how you use your kitchen.Think about how much wear and tear particular areas in your space will get, as this will determine how durable your worktops need to be. In this practical space, for example, the designers have chosen two types of material. The preparation areas near the oven and on the island have a tactile wooden surface, but the sink area is fitted with a waterproof stainless-steel worktop.
Choose a magic slotThis example also keeps the kitchen just outside of the extension, which again has been used for the dining table. But where three simple roof windows were used in the previous example, here a ‘slot’ roof light creates a swathe of daylight over the kitchen and lifts the whole effect.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Accent wall is a great color even with the small amount of wall that is showing. I like the slider; it is giant, a lot of glass & brings in so much light (probably custom?). The mural IS cool and fits really nicely with the room but I wonder if you would tire of it quickly but I suppose if you do you could replace it fairly easily? I notice there are several comments on it (on this link - worth looking into?) if it isn't too costly nor too difficult to trade out then it could be a fun & interesting way to change out the look of a room that may be otherwise plain/simple (utilitarian/minimalist) in its design and décor which I am kind of striving for as I have tended towards cluttered/eclectic and shabby>chic in the recent past (like up until this morning. Okay. Still. I still am.