London Fields HouseEclectic Kitchen, London

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Photo of a bohemian kitchen in London. —  Houzz
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Chris Dodd wrote:5 Oct 2014
  • plove12
    Please could you let me know where the tap is from
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    Brian O'Tuama Architects

    They're from Fired Earth - Metropolitan is the range and Brompton Road the colour

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kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 11 Reasons to Go For a Dark Green Kitchen This Year27 Dec 2016

Stick to a stripPerhaps you already have your kitchen in place and just fancy a refresh? Or maybe you’re not up for committing to green as your cabinet colour? You can still let this mossy shade shine in your cookspace, and a green-tiled splashback is one way to do it. If you have wooden accessories or features in a pale wood hue, consider sprucing them up with a new stain (always try out stains and coloured wood oils on an out-of-sight patch first, regardless of the shade pictured on the label). The very dark brown seen here on the floor, shelf and support works because it’s a comparable saturation to the shade of green in the tiles.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Times Dark Green Has Transformed a Room6 Oct 2016

Pep up white unitsThis plain white kitchen has been given some character with emerald green metro tiles. The glossy surface brings out the various green hues of the tiles. The room would have looked good with any other colour, but the deep green has added something really special.Check out this complete guide to managing a tiling project

larasargent
Lara Sargent added this to Decorating: How to Refresh and Revive Your Home for the New Year2 Dec 2014

Stretch to a new splashbackOK, it’s a slightly bigger project than adding a few cushions, but fitting a new splashback will pep up your kitchen no end. A strip of bold colour will lift a neutral scheme, or try a slab of a luxurious material, such as marble, for a kitchen that will feel like new.See more splashbacks that will transform your kitchen

nataliewain
Natalie Wain added this to Houzz Tour: A London Fields Renovation Filled With Character and Light9 Jul 2014

Brian wanted the kitchen to combine the airiness of a contemporary scheme with eclectic and heritage elements to give the space plenty of character. ‘We purposefully restricted the kitchen units to one wall to keep the rest of the space free for pictures the family had collected,’ he explains. It is, he says, a multifunctional space that doesn’t conform to the stereotype. A simple, stained-oak shelf displays treasured items collected by the family, almost like a mantelpiece.

joannasimmons
Jo Simmons added this to Styling: 11 Brilliant Ways to Warm Up Marble30 May 2014

Team with rich colourThere’s no way marble can look cold when it’s part of a kitchen scheme that makes such bold use of coloured tiles. These gorgeous green metro tiles also have a shiny, reflective quality and bring lots of light, colour and energy to the marble-topped units.Discover 9 ways to be brave with colour

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Nicolette Karst added this to Nicolette's kitchen inspiration20 Jan 2019

släta vita luckor, vit bänkskiva, svart kran, färgat kakel som backsplash

sara_huddleston
Sara Huddleston added this to Sara's ideas17 May 2018

green backsplash tile w/ white cabinets

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