Islington Flat RefurbishmentScandinavian Kitchen, London

This is an example of a scandi kitchen in London with marble splashback. —  Houzz
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tian_9 wrote:17 Apr 2016
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    FinditBee Sourcing

    Hi Tian, Beautiful. Would be delighted to source something similar for you if you're still having trouble. Do you have a sense of dimensions you're looking for? Please reach me on peter@finditbee.com.


    Hope it helps

    Peter

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    Architecture for London

    Hi Tian. The flooring is the original floorboards sanded back and then soap washed. Do send us a message if we can help with your project.

Lou wrote:16 Aug 2017
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    Architecture for London

    Hi Lou. The table is a Peggy table from SCP, London. Do send us a message if we can help with your project.

Deborah Chesnoy wrote:19 Feb 2016
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    Architecture for London

    Hi, Thanks for your comment. The splash back and worktop are Carrara marble.

tracylynette2 wrote:3 Aug 2015
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    Architecture for London

    Hi Tracy, the carcasses are from IKEA, but we made bespoke fronts sprayed in satin white. I hope this helps!

svanderburch wrote:20 Nov 2014

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to Mismatched or Matching Dining Chairs – Which Would You Go For?21 Dec 2017

5. They can give you the best of both worldsAlmost-matching chairs are a clever compromise when you want to break up a sense of order and uniformity… just not too much.Head-of-table chairs are good to mix up (as seen here), as often there’s room to expand a little and choose a slouchier design. Opt for coordinated modern classics if you want to maintain a formal and contemporary feel. Do you think mismatched chairs look dated, or are they timeless? Share your preferences and thoughts in the Comments section.

stowed
stowed added this to 11 Ways to Spend Less on Kitchen Cabinets28 Jul 2017

Keep it simpleCabinets that have minimal accessories, fiddly designs or internal mechanisms will certainly keep the pennies in your pockets. The units themselves are usually less expensive to make as it’s the drawers, pull-outs and special materials that pile on the pounds. Keep the aesthetic minimal, too, by choosing a basic white door, like the ones in the kitchen here. The design is subtle and uses only one wall, but stretches up with tall wall units to maximise storage space. You can use flat-pack units to achieve this look, which of course brings down prices.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Kerry Russell added this to Kerry's ideas6 days ago

Love this and could work using current dining room tables we have

sqrrlgrl
Southern Dogface Properties, LLC added this to Cabin10 Jul 2019

modernizing a cabin: The stripped-back wooden floorboards add an important textural element, which brings the room to life.

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Danielle Ishak added this to My ideas24 Jun 2019

love the light under reflecting the splash back. and fan of the cooktop sitting flush

cestode
cestode added this to Home17 Jun 2019

Kitchen: white to blend in with wall colour and disappear

may08mummy
may08mummy added this to Pulborough Kitchen12 Jun 2019

Textured splash back with white units plus pops of colour. Wooden floor shade

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