Scandinavian KitchenScandinavian Kitchen, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Wrap it aroundThis stunning, Scandi-influenced cookspace gets its drama from the use of the same wood on the cabinets as on the walls, with a worktop in soft grey barely breaking up the lines. Douglas fir or birch ply would both be good options for recreating this pale aesthetic.Note, too, the effect of opting for a slab-front, handleless kitchen – these two details really put the emphasis on the wood and keep the look clean and uncluttered.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
house of grey/Blakes‘I’m really proud of the kitchen. Jamie Blake got the aesthetic really well,’ says Grey. She didn’t want just concrete and Corian surfaces in this room, so she mixed in 300mm-wide Douglas fir boards for the walls and cupboards, and colour-matched the island unit to Elephant’s Breath paint by Farrow & Ball.