Hollingbourne RoadContemporary Kitchen, London

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Design ideas for a large contemporary galley kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, glass sheet splashback, black appliances, ceramic flooring and an island. —  Houzz
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Claire Hiett wrote:25 October 2015
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    Hi, we are planning a kitchen extension and would potentially be installing right angled glazed/glass doors. are you able to let me know where these doors were sourced from?

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    Finch London
    Hi there. Apparently they are Keller Minimal Doors supplied through IQ Glass. Hope that helps!
kerri_shaw91 wrote:1 March 2017
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    Hi there. I'm afraid we didn't get involved with the flooring, we made the kitchen. You could try the Architects - search for Fabric Space. All I know is that they are a limestone. Hope that helps!
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    The London Tile Co.

    We stock a range ofco-ordinating indoor and outdoor porcelain tiles, and the outdoor tiles have enhanced slip resistance with a rating of R11 - I hope this helps

madamemaison wrote:31 July 2015
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    Finch London

    Hi there, the pendants are from Original BTC

southfields73 wrote:25 March 2015
Sarah Bp wrote:5 January 2018
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    Finch London
    The island is Carrara Marble and the sink run is Glacier White Corian. Hope that helps!
dutero wrote:12 February 2016
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    Sure. The island was 1.2 m x 2.8 m. The main run was 5.25m long. We'd recommend allowing at least a metre around each side of the island.

    The marble looks incredible and is a popular choice these days. Although it does chip and stain easily so yes, a brave choice. You could try and composite version which will be more durable...

new_ideas2015 wrote:30 August 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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

Seek out seamless stoneIf you have a kitchen that leads onto an outdoor space, using the same flooring inside and out is a great way to blur the boundary and make the kitchen feel much larger. Stone is great for this, as it can be hard-wearing and weather-resistant outdoors and, fitted with underfloor heating, can create a warm, snug ambience inside. There are also many options in terms of type, colour and finish, so you can choose a stone that works perfectly in your space.Take a tour of a stone-floored kitchen

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