Farringdon Penthouse, Kitchen DesignContemporary Kitchen, London

Contemporary kitchen design for international couple who loves to cook. Gaggenau 400 Series appliances take centre stage with leathered Cosmic Black granite worktops adding drama to the neutral cabinetry.

Design ideas for a medium sized contemporary l-shaped kitchen in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, granite worktops, white splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood flooring, an island, beige floors and black worktops. —  Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to How to Plan Lighting Into Your Renovation Project24 June 2019

Under what conditions would a total rewire be needed?Whether or not you need to rewire depends on how the existing wiring will be affected by the project, Anatoly explains. “As a rule of thumb, if the wiring is 10 years’ old or you’re changing 50% of the outlets, you’re better off rewiring the whole system,” he says. “Recent regulations [BS7671, 2015/16] stipulate that consumer units need to be made out of metal (not plastic), so, in most cases, the fuse box will need to be replaced,” he adds.“If the wiring is old and uses the old cable colours (black instead of blue for neutral), then a rewire is needed,” Luke says. “If you want to move lots of light fittings, or add more fittings and/or more lighting circuits to a room, then it’s sometimes easier to rewire the whole space. If the existing wiring is dangerous, then obviously it should be replaced.”“If you’re buying a house or looking to undertake significant work on a dwelling, it’s worth getting a qualified electrician to carry out a survey,” Stuart recommends. “This will quickly highlight the condition of the existing wiring and whether you need to replace it or not. “If you’re refurbishing, always consider the state of the electrics,” he adds, “because replacing them at a later date once you’ve completed the main works will not only be costly, but very disruptive.”

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Ways to Team Dark Kitchen Cabinets With a Dark Worktop17 January 2019

Highlight with whiteIf you’re going double-dark in your kitchen, it’s a good idea to include a few paler colours, too, to ensure there’s enough illumination for cooking and to really showcase the darker elements.Here, the designers have incorporated a section of slim white cabinets that contrast sharply with the dark units and worktops elsewhere. The white walls and LED lighting add to the bright feel in the paler section, helping to frame the stylish black granite worktops and dark wood veneer on the cabinets.Planning a new kitchen? Search for kitchen designers and fitters in your area.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Catherine Nash added this to kitchen25 December 2020

tall cabinets darker, white for high small ones

Kristy Rafferty added this to sunfunpt2's ideas11 October 2020

looks like black stain on island then black stone top, the floor is interesting

heidism added this to kitchen ideas24 September 2020

herring bone pattern for laminate floor

Velin Homes added this to Kitchen Design22 September 2020

Long cabinets, and dark wood grain colour

HU-213973856 added this to Kitchen Ideas2 September 2020

L shape kitchen facing sliding doors

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