LondonContemporary Kitchen, London

Photo by Adam Luszniak

Photo of a contemporary kitchen in London with wood worktops, a belfast sink, flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets. —  Houzz
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ck1985Charan Kaushish wrote:3 July 2016
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    Brick Slips
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Hi ck1985

    Looking at this image there is an RSJ support in the top right so I'd say these are real bricks due to this, however we (Brick Slips) are the leading UK supplier of brick tiles and slips which we supply and produce from real genuine clay bricks, thus giving the same look as you require. Take a look at our public website

    If you have any questions, please drop us a line or email 0844 567 8811

    Kindest regards,
    Brick Slips

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Jo Simmons added this to Kitchen Planning: Which Wood Should I Choose for my Kitchen Cabinets?16 December 2014

Pick honey tonesKitchens made from pine used to be all the rage, but today’s designs often use woods such as birch or ash instead. They have the same soft brown colour, but none of the sauna associations! The built-in cabinets here are made from ash and tone in with the exposed brickwork behind, for a subtle and warm look.

Lara Sargent added this to Farmhouse Sinks For Every Kind of Cook1 April 2014

Echo a rustic backdropA simple, ceramic Belfast sink is the perfect partner for wooden units and bare brick walls. The blend of materials and natural colours is spot-on for the modern rustic look.

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Gibson | Sotheby's International Realty added this to shari/shane farmers kitchen designs24 February 2020

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