House Extension North LondonContemporary Kitchen, London

This is an example of a contemporary kitchen in London with an integrated sink and a breakfast bar. —  Houzz
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clareholleyclareholley wrote:14 August 2015
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    Flik Design Ltd
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    SS worktop + splashback from

  • Nisha Patel
    4 years ago

    This Kitchen looks so slick.

    Which doors are they please? Also is the lighter colour white or cream and are they gloss?

    Thanks in advance

carmipoosCarmen MM wrote:16 November 2015
  • Carl Holding
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    This looks so similar to one of ours maybe we can help and we install to,,,

    what is your project pls

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Carve out a corner of an island or peninsula unitForgoing a couple of units can work well on an island, too, and make for a neat seating area. This peninsula hasn’t lost much storage, but the little seating spot makes the small kitchen much more sociable.

Amanda Pollard added this to 9 of Our Favourite Ikea Hacks29 January 2018

Work a designer lookYou can upgrade your kitchen by making some bold design choices. This stunning space looks chic and high end, but the units are in fact affordable Ikea models. The designer chose matching cabinets in white and dark finishes to create a striking contrast.

Sophie Baylis added this to Insider Knowledge and Tips For Buying Kitchen Units on a Budget27 February 2017

Check for qualityBefore you splash any cash, check the quality of your chosen kitchen cabinets. “Touch and feel the surfaces and edges of doors to check they’re straight and level,” advises Lawrence. “Edge quality makes a real difference for both the appearance and life of your kitchen.”You can also check the quality of doors by simply looking for chips around the corners and edges and any visible scratches. “Some panels tend to bend if they haven’t been stored or transported properly,” explains Georgiev.Have you got tips to share? Let us know how you got the most for your money in the kitchen in the Comments section below.

Jo Simmons added this to 10 Small But Perfectly Formed Kitchens8 September 2016

Make it minimalThe small kitchen in this London home rocks a simple, minimal look. Rather than all white, this room has units in two different finishes to add a little pace. The units themselves were inexpensive, but the owner then added quality worktops, including a stainless steel surface on the hob side of the kitchen and a white Hi-Macs one on the peninsula. A tiny seating area has also been created on the peninsula to squeeze more functionality from this small space.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

makahiki added this to ohana kitchen8 March 2021

dark and light, not too much of either

Caroline Clancy added this to final3 March 2021

Kitchen sits in a rectangular space 3050x 2450

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Slightly recessed looking cupboards

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