St James' DriveContemporary Kitchen, London

David Butler

This is an example of a contemporary galley kitchen/diner in London with an integrated sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, metallic splashback, mirror splashback, stainless steel appliances, slate flooring and a breakfast bar. —  Houzz
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cakeface16 wrote:14 June 2015
  • Nisha Patel
    3 years ago

    Please could you let me know what material and colour the kitchen is? Many thanks

  • Nisha Patel
    3 years ago

    What paint colour has been used above the cabinets please?

Emma McStea wrote:17 November 2016
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    David Butler Photography
    4 years ago

    Emma, the company that installed these doors was, but I would also recommend speaking to Maxlight

vickybuttle wrote:1 August 2015
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    Casa Ceramica Tile Company
    5 years ago

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charlenekate wrote:22 November 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Amanda Pollard added this to How to Cut the Cost of Your Extension Project9 October 2018

    Consider the structureLeena points out that both the size and design of your extension can impact on structural costs. “If you’re building a large or long extension, you may require much larger steel beams to provide the necessary support. The larger the beams get, the larger the costs,” she says.“Speak with your designer or structural engineer to see whether there’s a solution that uses shorter steels, or doesn’t require as many,” she advises. “You can keep this in mind right from the get-go when designing your new space.”

    Kate Burt added this to Lighting: Reasons to Consider a Lighting Control System in Your Home1 December 2015

    Control your internal and external lighting togetherA keypad, smartphone or tablet can be programmed to control any circuit on your lighting system, so make the most of your garden lighting, too. Pick out specific features, create a welcoming scene for when you return home and set up your lighting to automatically turn on when it senses your car coming into the drive.

    Anna Tobin added this to 10 Ways to Seamlessly Fit a Microwave into Your Kitchen23 November 2015

    Stack all your cooking appliances vertically…Stacking all of your cooking appliances on top of each other in a floor-to-ceiling unit helps to maximise the available worktop space in a kitchen. The single tower of units here means there’s plenty of prep and serving space alongside the ovens and on the island unit in front of them.

    Laura Wheat added this to 10 Ways to Bring an Urban Flavour to Your Dining Space27 June 2015

    Create a lighting scheme It might seem inauthentic to plan a careful lighting scheme for your accidentally awesome industrial-inspired space, but it’s crucial to have effective task and ambient lighting in your kitchen and dining room. Think about where the dining table will go and whether you can accommodate oversized factory-style pendants. Alternatively, beautiful bare filament bulbs with fabric flex can also make a utilitarian statement.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    Laverne Udeze added this to Laverne's Ideas25 October 2020

    Thin frames of rear doors and the island

    A A added this to Kitchen11 September 2020

    wall in between bifold and full window

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