Seaside kitchenContemporary Kitchen, Edinburgh
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Symmetry was an important factor in the design of the kitchen. ‘I’m a bit obsessive when it comes to symmetry,’ Camilla admits. ‘I wanted the kitchen to be kept quite minimalist in order not to distract from the views, and having everything symmetrical kept the look neat and tidy,’ she explains. Two doors to the left and right of the kitchen area set the tone for the rest of the space. The door to the left leads on to a utility space, and on the right is a walk-in larder. These additional storage areas gave the designer more freedom to keep the kitchen area sleek and sophisticated. Camilla worked the symmetry further with two full-length cupboards either side of the work space, one housing a fridge-freezer and the other an oven and grill.