Pure elegance Scandinavian Kitchen, London
Kitchen Architecture’s bulthaup b3 furniture in kaolin laminate with stainless steel and marble work surfaces and a solid oak bar.
This is an example of a scandi kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, light hardwood flooring, an island and integrated appliances. — Houzz
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Stainless steelWork an industrial vibe with a stainless steel splashback, which comes in sheets of flat steel that can be fixed directly to the wall with either glue or screws.‘You should only ever clean it using warm water and an e-cloth,’ advises Conrad Hendrick of LWK Kitchens. ‘Over time, the chemicals in common cleaning agents can create a build-up on the steel’s surface. This will make watermarks and fingerprints show much more prominently, leaving your stainless steel not quite so stainless.’Pros Stainless steel is not only affordable, it’s known for its heat-resistant and hard-wearing properties. It’s also easy to clean.Cons Although easy to clean, stainless steel can be difficult to keep looking pristine. It is not scratch-resistant – although minor scratches enhance the look over time – and can dent.Did you know you could buy a splashback right here on Houzz?
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This set-up allows people to face each other and have a chat, and includes whoever is preparing food in the kitchen. It’s the perfect place to gather for wine and nibbles before moving to the dining table for the main event.Dress your home for a glamorous get-together
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Pull in light from aboveWhether you’re extending, converting or renovating, including roof lights in your kitchen is a fantastic way of introducing more daylight into your design. The higher the light source, the brighter the room will be. If you’re planning a major renovation, installing a roof window is a relatively easy job and can bring in up to 40% more light than a traditional window. Use the style filters on Houzz, such as ‘traditional’ and ‘contemporary’, to find ideas that will work best in your own scheme.