Roundhouse wood kitchensContemporary Kitchen, London

Roundhouse Urbo and Metro random walnut veneer kitchen with granite worksurfaces. Led light strips by Mr Resistor in warm white.

Photo of a large contemporary open plan kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, granite worktops, an island, a submerged sink, beige splashback and stainless steel appliances. —  Houzz
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catherineturner16catherineturner16 wrote:4 February 2016
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    Roundhouse
    5 years ago

    Hi, Roundhouse designed the kitchen only and
    has limited details of other aspects of the design. We help when we can if we
    have access to the relevant information but we are bespoke designers and
    manufacturers of kitchens and can only answer questions about the kitchen
    cabinetry and appliances – sorry!

  • dune_k58
    5 years ago

    Hi Catherine, stools are from Atlantic Shopping :)

alyson_moorfootAlyson Moorfoot wrote:30 August 2015
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    Roundhouse
    6 years ago

    Hi, Roundhouse designed the kitchen only and
    has limited details of other aspects of the design. We help when we can if we
    have access to the relevant information but we are bespoke designers and
    manufacturers of kitchens and can only answer questions about the kitchen
    cabinetry and appliances – sorry!

reemnasserreemnasser wrote:27 April 2015
  • PRO
    Roundhouse
    6 years ago

    Hi, Roundhouse designed the kitchen only and
    has limited details of other aspects of the design. We help when we can if we
    have access to the relevant information but we are bespoke designers and
    manufacturers of kitchens and can only answer questions about the kitchen
    cabinetry and appliances – sorry!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Are You Making the Most of This Neglected Area in Your Kitchen?30 April 2018

Light them upIf you want to be creative with lighting, LED strips are a great place to start. By fitting them along the edges of walls and furniture, you can add a whole new dimension to a room. Here, the designers have highlighted the kitchen island by lining the kickboard with a strip of LED lights. The effect is quite stunning, and creates the illusion that the island is floating.Want to chat through your kitchen lighting ideas? Find a lighting designer near you

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 12 Ways Lighting Can Add Mood and Drama to Your Home7 April 2016

Highlight the detailsThe LED strip lights under this kitchen island create an ethereal effect, and make it appear to float. The lighting scheme also highlights the well-finished cabinetry and joinery details. You can buy LED tape flex strip lights from most large hardware stores. They can be cut to size and come with an adaptor that you plug straight into the wall.

joannasimmons
Jo Simmons added this to 10 Ways to Give Your Kitchen Island a Fresh New Look14 December 2015

Light it upFitting LED lighting strips to an island will brighten it up and mark it out as a feature. Fix them below the worktop or at the base, tucked above the kickboard, for a chic, contemporary feel and to give your island a fun glow.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to Ask an Architect: Can I Make My Home More Ecofriendly?19 August 2015

Love LEDsLighting is very important and, if in doubt, most homeowners tend to be prudent and plan for more light rather than less. By adding lots of lights, though, it can easily be forgotten how much energy they use. New LED lights are more expensive than halogen or incandescent bulbs, but they are much more durable. Paying a bit more upfront will give you big cost savings in the future and, since you don’t need to replace LED lights for 10 years or more, there will be less waste, too.If you plan on replacing your current ceiling lights with LED lights, it’s usually quite easy, as the sizes for spotlights, for example, are mostly similar. However, since LEDs are not strictly speaking bulbs one can replace, they are usually integrally linked with the lamp, so they cannot be separated. If in doubt, speak to your supplier or architect.Browse a beginner’s guide to LED lighting

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to How to Transform Your Home With LEDs24 June 2015

Make the most of their bonus featuresThere are further benefits to choosing LEDs over halogens and incandescents. LEDs do not heat up, which aids energy-efficiency and cost-effectiveness, and also greatly improves safety in the home. LEDs contain no poisonous mercury or easily shattered glass, meaning they’re less of a safety hazard if they break. They also turn on to full brightness instantly, unlike their low-energy alternatives, CFL lamps. It’s worth investing in the better LED lamps available, as they will function for many, many years, saving you the effort and money of replacing them frequently.Find out more about the cost effectiveness of LEDs

What Houzz users are commenting on:

houster
houster added this to Kitchen Ideas12 September 2021

LED lighting under counter and/or at base of the island

giichi1896
giichi1896 added this to Ahuimanu Renovations House10 April 2021

LED lighting around island, especially like below and maybe under countertop, too.

debbiemotz
debbiemotz added this to New House7 March 2021

Under island and toe kick lighting - just an idea

webuser_890955484
Ellie Karl added this to Ellie found23 February 2021

Install LED lighting strips to the base to bring extra brightness to the whole space.

karen_bromert
Karen Bromert added this to kitchen5 February 2021

Install LED lighting strips to the underside of the island counter, the base or both

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