Roundhouse contemporary kitchens Contemporary Kitchen, London
Roundhouse bespoke Urbo matt lacquer kitchen in dark grey with stainless steel worksurface.
This is an example of a large contemporary open plan kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, stainless steel worktops, stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar, concrete flooring and an integrated sink. — Houzz
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Jo Leevers added this to
Zing out with colourA kitchen island or peninsula is a tried and tested way to mark a division between kitchen and dining or living areas. But this row of bar stools adds a visual line of bright green that emphasises the transition between work and play areas. It’s a subtle but effective device.
Karen Wilson added this to
Pick a contrasting colourGrey is a brilliant backdrop against which to make those pops of colour really sing. Lime green or any bright citrus shade will work a treat – whether you introduce it by using bar stools, canisters, mugs or pictures – while natural elements, such as flowers, fruit and herb pots will really bring the scheme to life.
Jo Simmons added this to
Add a wooden accentEven the smallest amount of wood can take a dark grey scheme from severe and serious to elegant. This beautiful kitchen might look rather monotone without the inclusion of two chunky timber shelves. They are the only wooden pieces in the entire space, but by tweaking the strict grey, white and green scheme, they add real energy.
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yeeca added this to
Highlight Bold Colors Just as dark cabinets set off a white countertop, they also can form a dramatic backdrop for other vivid colors. Take a look at this kitchen designed by Roundhouse, for example. The dark gray cabinets are neat and practical, but it’s the accents of green and red that really make the space. The cabinetry works as a moody canvas to showcase those bright bursts of color.