Interior Photography for Play AssociatesContemporary Kitchen, London
Daniella Cesarei Photography
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Blend it inAlternatively, blend in your breakfast bar for a minimal look. Here, the white worktop on white units makes for a serene scheme.The trio of white painted stools barely registers against the bar and extended worktop, creating a simple, relaxing space where wood, marble and brickwork coexist in gentle shades of white.Looking for help with your kitchen layout? Find kitchen designers and fitters in your area in the Houzz Directory
Take a U-turnThe owners of this bright, open-plan space have cleverly tucked their kitchen into the area next to the stairs. And the U-shaped design has created an instant breakfast bar.Opting for white and pale grey fittings, including the worktops and stools, helps this substantially-sized seating area blend in.Discover more contemporary u-shaped kitchens on Houzz
Choose a simple colour paletteAnother easy way to achieve a minimal kitchen is to maintain a simple colour palette. This might consist of just one colour, such as white. If you choose this option, then include some texture, as seen here, or else materials with a slight variation of tone to prevent the kitchen looking flat and monotonous.