Matrix Kitchens_ChelseaContemporary Kitchen, London

Alex Maguire Photography

This is an example of a contemporary kitchen in London with stainless steel appliances, white splashback and marble splashback. —  Houzz
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This photo has 3 questions
jra156 wrote:14 October 2014
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    Hi. Matrix supplied these kitchens. Just drop me a line and I'll help.
  • paula1001
    Hello Matrix Kitchens - pls can you advise where the extractor is from?
Carolina Machado wrote:27 August 2015
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    Alex Maguire Photography

    Hi, You'd have to ask the designers. Try



  • hlowry2011

    Hi, what worktop / splashback is used here please?

coppicefarm wrote:25 February 2015
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    Alex Maguire Photography
    Hi, Afraid I was just the photographer. Please contact Graham from Matrix kitchens, they're on Houzz.



What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sophie Baylis added this to Kitchen Planning: How Do I Choose an Extractor Fan?20 December 2014

Choose your extraction methodDecision number one will be whether to go for a ducted-out or recirculation extractor, as this will determine where you can – or can’t – position it. ‘Ducted extractors pass the air through ducting and remove it completely from the building,’ explains Roberto. So you’ll need access to an exterior wall or similar. ‘This effective method of extraction tackles smoke and odours well.’A recirculation extractor works by taking the air and passing it through a filter before it exhausts that air back into the room, rather than expelling it outdoors. The filter needs to be changed every few months. Though this may be less effective than a ducted-out model, there are advantages. ‘You don’t need to plan for ducting,’ explains Roberto, ‘and you’re often able to place an extractor in a traditionally unsuitable location.’ If you live in a flat, say, this might be your only option. ‘They are also quick and easy to install, making them a cost-effective option,’ he adds.Many hood styles can be configured to either recirculation or ducted-out extraction. Talk to your kitchen fitter about the options and limitations for each within your proposed design.

Rachel Ogden added this to 10 Key Ways to Create the All-important Kitchen Triangle30 March 2014

Include your island in the equationIf a room has enough space for an island, it will happily form at least one point of the triangle, often becoming home to a hob or sink. Here, there are two elements along the back run of cabinetry, with the fridge-freezer’s bulk minimised by a wraparound unit. Breaking out of the triangle is a wine cooler, putting it within easy reach of guests and making your dinner parties very popular!

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Julie Sim added this to Kitchen Ideas15 August 2019

[White in the Kitchen] This kitchen illustrates how white works well as a supporting color to high-quality materials and craftsmanship details. Colorful walls and cabinetry would distract from all of the gorgeous marble.

lapetitemel19 added this to Tivoli Kitchen Materials17 June 2019

Floors Counters and backsplash are same

lapetitemel19 added this to tivoli kitchen layout17 June 2019

Island with seatings only in the corner

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