Sussex New BuildContemporary Kitchen, London

Paul Craig ©Paul Craig 2014 All Rights Reserved. Architect: Charles Barclay Architects

Contemporary l-shaped kitchen in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets. —  Houzz
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      Kate Burt added this to 22 Beautiful White and Wood Kitchens6 October 2020

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      Amanda Pollard added this to 11 Ideas for Using Tricky Spaces in the Kitchen30 May 2017

      Utilise a teeny-weeny gap…Once you’ve planned your kitchen to perfection with a configuration of cupboards and drawers, you might still be left with an awkward gap to fill. Make the most of leftover crevices by using them for storage. The corner niche here is the ideal slot for chopping boards and trays, which can be whipped out when needed.

      Jo Simmons added this to 10 Little Details to Make Your Kitchen Sing18 May 2016

      Source a striking sinkDraw attention to your sink by going for something dramatic. Copper and marble are luxury options, or choose a metal sink, but in a deep tone that contrasts with a pale kitchen scheme, as seen in this beautiful new-build property in Sussex.

      Andrea Von added this to Houzz Tour: A Beautiful New Build in Suffolk With Spectacular Views26 August 2015

      The MDF kitchen units were spray-lacquered by Paintworks and the work surface is Corian. There’s also a larder (out of shot).Kitchen units, Howdens. Grohe Starlight tapware; Siemens appliances, all Hyde Park Bathrooms & Kitchens.

      Kate Burt added this to Ask a Builder: How Do I Make the Most of My Small Kitchen?21 July 2015

      Worktop maximiser No 2A well-designed floating shelf or extended windowsill will act perfectly as extra worktop; try a 250mm-deep shelf about 160mm to 180mm above the worktop to allow you to rest an average dinner plate or saucepan comfortably on it. In this kitchen, the owners have made use of both the space adjacent to the extractor hood and the top of the wall separating the space from the living area in this way.

      Jo Simmons added this to 11 Inspiring Ways to Style Open Kitchen Shelves25 November 2014

      Do a disappearing actOpen shelves can blend beautifully into a sleek, minimal kitchen, so long as you line them with items that match the room’s scheme. Here, a simple white kitchen contains white shelves with white and clear-glass pieces on them. These objects bring some ghostly shape and form to the space, but also seem to melt into their surroundings for a very subtle look.See more cool, contemporary white kitchensTELL US…We’d love to see photos of your kitchen shelves in the Comments below.

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      Miriam Rappaport added this to My ideas30 January 2021

      Basic but could brighten the room as not much natural light. Wood finish adds contrast

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