Muswell Hill HouseContemporary Kitchen, London

Gareth Gardner

Medium sized contemporary l-shaped kitchen in London with an island, flat-panel cabinets, engineered stone countertops, stainless steel appliances, a submerged sink, light hardwood flooring and white splashback. —  Houzz
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dutero wrote:12 February 2016
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    Jones Associates Architects
    4 years ago

    Hi,

    This is a powder-coated aluminium window by iQ Glass

    https://www.iqglassuk.com/

    Chris Jones (architect).


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    3 months ago

    Hello, We are Shenzhen Dragon Glass. Professional glass manufacturer from China. if you are interested in windows glass products, welcome to contact me anytime.

Kate McK wrote:29 November 2016
Hazel Thomas wrote:26 October 2015
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    Jones Associates Architects
    5 years ago

    Hi Hazel. It's Farrow and Ball 'Purbeck Stone'.

    Chris Jones.

K Ashley wrote:11 October 2015
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    Jones Associates Architects
    5 years ago

    The doors were made from MDF by the building contractor to my design, and then sent to a specialist spray-shop for finishing before being fitted on site by the building contractor.

    Chris Jones (architect).

Darren Peters wrote:28 May 2015
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    Jones Associates Architects
    5 years ago

    No, they were spray-finished in a spray-shop off site.

    Chris Jones.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Essential Features for a Well-designed Kitchen26 September 2018

Layered lightingAs soon as you’ve planned your kitchen’s layout, think about where you’ll locate the lighting. Complement functional spots with some strategically placed task lights to create a lighting scheme that adds both depth and practicality to your space.In this room, the designers have chosen three beautiful pendants (one out of shot) to hang above the island. As well as lighting the island worksurface and creating an ambient glow, these also add a design feature.Spots have been placed beneath the wall units and extractor fan to brighten the perimeter worktops, while the downlights in the ceiling are perfectly placed to illuminate the centre of the room and the sink area.Find a huge range of kitchen lighting in the Houzz Shop

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Budget-friendly Ways to Ace an Ikea Kitchen3 November 2017

Keep it simpleEverything about this streamlined cookspace is elegant and chic, which gives the whole room a quality feel. The carcasses are Ikea, and have been fitted with bespoke MDF doors – cost-effective yet super-stylish. By keeping the look of the units very plain, the designers have been able to add elements to upgrade the look, including the Farrow & Ball Purbeck Stone paint colour, the black-framed window and the on-trend pendant lights.

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Sophie Baylis added this to Insider Knowledge and Tips For Buying Kitchen Units on a Budget27 February 2017

Get the lowdown on MFC cabinet doors… MFC cabinet doors are the most budget friendly. They’re only available in a basic ‘slab’ style because MFC can’t be shaped or moulded, but you’ll have plenty of choice when it comes to design. “Thousands of colours and textured effects are now available, such as woodgrains, concrete and slate,” says Lawrence. Always check the edging of MFC doors to make sure it’ll stand up to moisture and everyday knocks. “I would recommend PVC or acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) edgings with a thickness of between 1.3mm and 2mm,” says Georgiev. If moisture gets through the joins in your doors’ edging, you may need to pay for repairs later on. Avoid the costs by looking for doors made with laser or infrared edgebanding machines: these provide a better contact between the two surfaces.

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Cathy Rebecca added this to Kitchen of the Week: A 1930s Home With a Light-filled Modern Extension17 April 2015

The family were keen on having a clean, smooth and uncluttered look in the kitchen, with flush finishes, handleless doors and plenty of storage to hide away all their cooking kit. The carcasses are from Ikea, with bespoke MDF doors painted in a specially mixed grey. ‘The doors have a slight curve behind the top edge to allow them to be opened easily,’ says Chris. For the top and full-length cabinets, the finger pool detail runs vertically for easy access. Behind the sink is a small bay window. ‘I was careful to position the windowsill at the same level as the worktop so there’s a generous, south-facing area where the family can grow herbs,’ Chris explains. Browse 8 contemporary kitchen schemes

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Debbie Carrivick added this to Lighting17 November 2020

Layered lighting As soon as you’ve planned your kitchen’s layout, think about where you’ll locate the lighting. Complement functional spots with some strategically placed task lights to create a lighting scheme that adds both depth and practicality to your space. In this kitchen, the designers have chosen a series of beautiful pendant lights to hang above the island. As well as lighting the island benchtop and creating an ambient glow, these overhead lights also add a design feature. Spotlights have been placed beneath the wall-hung cupboards and extractor fan to brighten the perimeter benchtops, while the downlights in the ceiling are perfectly placed to illuminate the centre of the room and the sink area.

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