Martin and Leslie's new kitchenContemporary Kitchen, Manchester

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Medium sized contemporary open plan kitchen in Manchester with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, quartz worktops, metallic splashback, glass sheet splashback, black appliances, porcelain flooring, an island, white floors and grey worktops. —  Houzz
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c s wrote:18 January 2021
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    Diane Berry Kitchens
    last month

    Glad you like this kitchen is such a confident colour choice but really has a luxurious feel to the space. The cabinets are dark textured concrete by Eggersmann, worktops are Quartz Infiniti Grey Savoy, both these colours are grey but definitely warm grey not anthracite grey much warmer than that. (but not brown!) I do hope this helps

  • c s
    last month
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    Thanks Diane it's really helpful. I also feel that solid bold colour look very luxurious atleast in photos . However I am feeling nervous about how they will look in real life. will it make my space look small or too dark? My open plan is 8 x 5 m. I was interested in Coffee colour with maybe brass trim (very dull goldish colour not sure if it's brass ). Should I go all out same solid colour or break it with a white island? What's the colour/ material of the floor tiles? Many thanks.

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jamiecams wrote:6 November 2020
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    Diane Berry Kitchens
    3 months ago

    You do get a little shadowing but putting the pendants on counters that, so you can create different moods and get lots of light for when you are working there. Sometime best to push pendants slightly closer to bar stool side and this helps reduce the shadowing too. best luck with your project regards Diane Berry

Farhana Patel wrote:18 October 2020
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    Diane Berry Kitchens
    4 months ago

    the light is neutral inside the breakfast unit and under the wall units (the glass is gold so gives a very warm glow). You can get a amber light if you want a really warm glow though. Hope this helps?

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illsleylaura
illsleylaura added this to Kitchen23 February 2021

All glassware and crockery in one cupboard

veronica_polston
veronica polston added this to Kitchen9 October 2020

Countertops this color. Light solid color tile. Tan cabinets?

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