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Kitchen/Diner with a Belfast Sink Ideas and Designs

Worcester Park Kitchen
Worcester Park Kitchen
Brayer Design
This design features dark blue shaker style cabinets in 'Dock Blue' with an eggshell finish by Little Greene Paint Company. These dark cabinets with oak interiors are complemented with brass fixtures and fittings. Worksurfaces are Silestone Blanco Zeus quartz with a square edge for a clean look. Under cabinet lighting and interior lighting for the pantry cabinet in this design provide extra illumination. A chimney-style extractor and space for the Rangemaster cooker was built into the design as well as a large breakfast pantry cabinet / kitchen dresser cabinet for extra convenience and storage. The large island, which also provides ample storage, has a built in double Belfast sink and breakfast bar.
TILLINGHAM | Bespoke Barn Conversion
TILLINGHAM | Bespoke Barn Conversion
Davonport
This bespoke barn conversion project was designed in Davonport Tillingham, shaker-style cabinetry. With the 4.5m-high ceiling, getting the proportions of the furniture right was crucial. We used 3D renders of the room to help us decide how much we needed to increase the height of each element. By maintaining the features such as the old timber door from the gable; as the new door into the snug – it added character and charm to the scheme.
Kitchen
Kitchen
Oliver Grahame Photography
Inspiration for a medium sized traditional u-shaped kitchen/diner in Gloucestershire with a belfast sink, grey cabinets, wood worktops, stainless steel appliances, brown worktops, shaker cabinets, white splashback, metro tiled splashback, medium hardwood flooring, no island, brown floors and exposed beams.
Ormeley Road
Ormeley Road
FAB Architects
Medium sized traditional u-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, marble worktops, white splashback, ceramic splashback, stainless steel appliances, dark hardwood flooring, no island, brown floors and white worktops.
The Zen Garden
The Zen Garden
Unique Homestays
Design ideas for a large country u-shaped kitchen/diner in Kent with a belfast sink, recessed-panel cabinets, black appliances, an island and black worktops.
Snowdrop Cottage
Snowdrop Cottage
Harrison and Pope
The setting here was an absolute delight, a landlocked gardener’s cottage with an abundance of beauty all round. This was very inspiring for the layout and design for one of our most favoured kitchens. Already home to several H&P freestanding cabinets, we wanted continuity and harmony within the new kitchen addition. With a love of fabrics and antiques the design remit was to provide a backdrop of simplicity and lightness to allow for the beloved accessories to sit pride of place. The natural choice of style was our Shaker design, with its clean and uncluttered look. Whilst the soft and muted colour palette choice completed a picture of calmness and serenity.
Stunning white kitchen with large dark blue island and marble worktops
Stunning white kitchen with large dark blue island and marble worktops
Handmade Kitchens of Christchurch
This stunning white hand painted kitchen with beaded cabinets and a large dark blue kitchen island ticks all the right boxes. With a built-in double oven, larder top which can store small appliances and groceries, a breakfast bar and plenty of drawers - it makes for the perfect family space #bluekitchen #paintedkitchen
Handmade Kitchen in Crouch End, London
Handmade Kitchen in Crouch End, London
WILLIAMS RIDOUT
Open-plan living made simple with a deep blue colour scheme running throughout this rear extension in Crouch End, London. Traditionally styled with contemporary features, this handmade kitchen is hand painted with our specialist finish and boasts curved ends on both sides, dovetailed oak drawers and a mirrored splashback.
SW London House
SW London House
Tom St. Aubyn Photography Ltd
This is an example of a traditional galley kitchen/diner in London with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, green cabinets, white splashback, metro tiled splashback, stainless steel appliances, an island, grey floors and white worktops.
The Georgian Hall Kitchen
The Georgian Hall Kitchen
Naked Kitchens
The true success behind this kitchen is the design and the way each detail flows with another. There are five different finishes with five different materials, yet all these elements combine in such harmony that entering the room is like walking into a work of art. Design details were incorporated to bridge the gap between the traditional nature of the building with the more contemporary functionality of a working kitchen. The Sub Zero & Wolf appliances, whilst not only fabulous in purpose, look sensational. The Solid American black walnut worktops of the island remind you of the beautiful natural materials that play a big part in this kitchen. Mesh centrepieces to the shaker doors demonstrate the transition between classic and contemporary.
Feeling Blue
Feeling Blue
Idesign Interiors (SW) Ltd
This stunning traditional inframe painted kitchen in royal blue and gentle grey was designed for a family who were renovating their home. Originally a dark room at the back of the house the space was transformed by knocking through to create a bright kitchen diner perfect for preparing family meals and entertaining.
Kitchen
Kitchen
Potters Home Digital
Photo of a large contemporary galley kitchen/diner in London with a belfast sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, grey splashback, stainless steel appliances, an island, multi-coloured floors and grey worktops.
Spencer House
Spencer House
Granit Architects + Interiors
We are delighted to have completed the radical transformation of a tired detached property in South Croydon. When they appointed Granit, our clients were living in the property which had previously been divided into a number of flats. The historic sub-division had resulted in an extremely poor use of space with redundant staircases, kitchens and bathrooms throughout. Our clients sought to reconfigure the property back into a single dwelling for his growing family. Our client had an eye for design and was keen to balance contemporary design whilst maintaining as much of the character of the original house. Maximising natural light, space and establishing a visual and physical connection were also key drivers for the design. Owing to the size of the property, it became apparent that reconfiguration rather than extension provided the solution to meet the brief. A metal clad ‘intervention’ was introduced to the rear facade. This created a strong horizontal element creating a visual balance with the vertical nature of the three storey gable. The metal cladding specified echoed the colour of the red brick string courses tying old with new. Slender frame sliding doors provide access and views of the large garden. The central circulation space was transformed by the introduction of a double height glazed slot wrapping up the rear facade and onto the roof. This allows daylight to permeate into the heart of the otherwise dark deep floor plan. The staircase was reconfigured into a series of landings looking down over the main void space below and out towards the tree canopies at the rear of the garden. The introduction of double pocket doors throughout the ground floor creates a series of interconnected spaces and the whitewashed Larch flooring flows seamlessly from room to room. A bold palette of colours and materials lends character and texture throughout the property. The end result is a spacious yet cosy environment for the family to inhabit for years to come.
Oxford
Oxford
Milton Architects
Medium sized contemporary galley kitchen/diner in Oxfordshire with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, grey splashback, integrated appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island, brown floors and grey worktops.
Traditional Kitchen Design SW17
Traditional Kitchen Design SW17
Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy
Kitchen & Dining space renovation in SW17. A traditional kitchen painted in Little Greene Company - Sage Green and complemented with gorgeous Antique Bronze accents.
Sussex Barn
Sussex Barn
Chapter Eight Design | Interior Design Studio
bespoke furniture, classic design, family home,
Farmhouse l-shaped kitchen/diner in Sussex with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, black appliances, light hardwood flooring, an island, beige floors, white worktops and a vaulted ceiling.
Gosforth Project
Gosforth Project
Bespoke Interiors
Kitchen Project in Gosforth This stunning kitchen was comprised of an in-frame beaded shaker door made to our customers specifications The furniture was hand painted to give a beautiful moulded look in mink and putty colours Aura Dekton worksurfaces were used to give extra durability and stain resistance but with the beauty of a marble look
Talskiddy Shaker
Talskiddy Shaker
Treyone
Photo of a classic kitchen/diner in Cornwall with a belfast sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, wood worktops, white splashback, integrated appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island, brown floors and brown worktops.
Pelsham Manor
Pelsham Manor
Unique Homestays
Unique Home Stays
Photo of a large classic grey and cream l-shaped kitchen/diner in Sussex with a belfast sink, medium wood cabinets, marble worktops, coloured appliances, grey floors, white worktops, shaker cabinets, red splashback, brick splashback and an island.
Kitchen renovation with crittall doors antique tiles
Kitchen renovation with crittall doors antique tiles
Gemma Dudgeon Interiors
A colouful kitchen in a victorian house renovation. Two tone kitchen cabinets in soft green and off-white. The flooring is antique tiles painstakingly redesigned to fit around the island. At the back of the kitchen is a pantry area separated by a crittall doors with reeded glass.

Kitchen/Diner with a Belfast Sink Ideas and Designs

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