Mayfair ApartmentModern Kitchen, London

Photo of a modern l-shaped enclosed kitchen in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, integrated appliances and white splashback. —  Houzz
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Elaina Vl wrote:28 August 2015
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    5 years ago
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    The flush splash back is a bespoke in Corian as the top


  • V M
    4 years ago

    where do you get that made? Looking for corian panels for my shower room? Thx

Lamii Fragile wrote:22 June 2015
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    Hi

    The total cost for the kitchen was approx £40k with all Gaggenau appliances (including fridge) excluding VAT.

    The space for the installation of the joinery was 3500mm long by 2300mm wide.

    Thanks

    TLA Studio

warman2004 wrote:21 January 2015
raitlita wrote:17 January 2015
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    Hi

    It is a completely bespoke kitchen designed for our client, so it isnt available off the shelf.

    Thanks

    TLA Studio
mavismartin wrote:10 December 2014
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    Hi

    The worktop is a 50mm Staturuio stone.

    Thanks!

    TLA Studio

What Houzz contributors are saying:

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 6 Smart Swaps to Make the Most of a Small Space19 October 2018

Ditch an extra worktop for added storageThis tiny kitchen is located in what used to be the cloakroom, so the space was quite tight. The designer could have added work surfaces to both sides of the room, but that would have meant foregoing storage space. Instead, he’s built a run of floor-to-ceiling cabinets on one side with space for an integrated oven and fridge-freezer.The plentiful storage keeps clutter off the worktops, and the minimal, white design helps to open up the space.See more of this small London flat cleverly redesigned for modern living.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Reasons to Choose White Kitchen Units1 October 2018

Create some spaceWhite is an ideal option in a small kitchen, as it will open it up and make it feel larger. Of course, that doesn’t mean white is the only choice for a small room – in fact, a darker hue can make for a snug, inviting feel. But in a very tight spot, like this compact scheme, the white units help to create the illusion of space. The flat-fronted design adds to the effect, creating a minimal, streamlined look that appears to widen the narrow room.

lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to 7 Small U-shaped Kitchens that are Big on Great Ideas24 July 2018

Max out one wallIf you want to load your U-shaped kitchen with storage, but don’t want wall cabinets on all three sides, here’s an alternative. Leave one of the longest walls free and fill the one opposite with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. On the third, narrowest wall in this scheme, a half-and-half approach comfortably bridges the gap between the two cabinetry layouts. The result? A kitchen with tons of storage that still feels spacious.Tell us…Do you have a U-shaped kitchen? Have you used any tricks to make best use of the space? Share your ideas in the Comments section.

cherylfreedman
Cheryl Freedman added this to 8 Kitchens That Integrate Appliances Beautifully21 February 2018

Whiten upIn this narrow space, a visible dishwasher would have ruined the minimal magic. The designers have chosen floor-to-ceiling cabinets that are flat and handleless, and kept the walls and floor white, so it makes sense that the appliances have been hidden away.Don’t forget to check the depth of built-in appliances as well as the width to make sure they’ll fit your design perfectly.10 all-white kitchens to covet

What Houzz users are commenting on:

michael_mulroy
Michael Mulroy added this to Interior Scrap Book18 October 2020

Floor to ceiling cabinetry, kick board drawers

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HU-942917847 added this to My ideas23 September 2020

Leave one of the longest walls free and fill the one opposite with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry to maximise storage.

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Lynda Ridley added this to Kitchen24 August 2020

Take your wall units right up to the ceiling to store more stuff and avoid dust covered clutter on top of the cupboards

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