KitchensContemporary Kitchen, London
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Think big When you’re really looking to save some cash, the basic rule of thumb is to go for as few larger cabinets as will fit into the space you have. Work out multiples dependent on the length of the wall – for example, 3.6m will give you a neat four cabinets of 900mm in length. To keep the design looking smart, try and recreate the same sizes on wall units as you did on the base level.
Go for streamlinedPrevent your run of units from overwhelming the space by keeping the look sleek and uncluttered. Here, the owners have chosen a pale, handleless design that sweeps along the side wall without impinging on the space. The exposed brick wall brings a warmth to the room, but you could create the same effect with wooden furniture and natural accessories.