Little Venice, LondonContemporary Kitchen, London

Rachael Smith

This is an example of a small contemporary u-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, engineered stone countertops, metallic splashback, mirror splashback, stainless steel appliances and an island. —  Houzz
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Kate Burt added this to 99 Ingenious Ideas to Steal for Your Small Kitchen28 April 2016

54 Ways With Mirrors Part IV: Mix modern and antiqueIf you don’t want, or can’t fit in, a vintage, framed mirror, choosing antiqued glass for a mirrored splashback instead can add interest and soften an ultra-modern scheme, as seen here.Check out, too, that nifty built-on dining table. It’s a nice alternative to the classic breakfast bar. What could have been a slimline extension has been cleverly enlarged with a curved oval tabletop, which maxes eating space without taking up floor space in this compact kitchen-diner.

Lara Sargent added this to How to Work the Mix and Match Kitchen Trend5 January 2015

Go half and halfIt’s not unusual to see a bank of one colour on wall cupboards and a different shade on base units, but why not try dividing materials vertically, as in this stylish design? The contrast of slick, plain white units on one half of the kitchen works incredibly well against the exotic striped wood doors on the other – with the white dining chairs offering a clever visual link between the two.

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