The Old Fish Cellar MouseholeIndustrial Kitchen, Cornwall
Black Shaker Kitchen with Granite Worktops
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Rethink the double sinkClients often request a double sink – sometimes before anything else. Large double sinks have their uses, but if you’re willing to compromise and choose a single sink (or even a one-and-a-half sink with a slim second bowl), it can open up better storage options and more unbroken worktop space.This applies especially to stock cabinet ranges, which have a limited number of size options.8 things Houzz designers have taught us about kitchens this year
Sink into itWe’ve all seen stainless steel sinks but what’s growing in popularity is textured metallic sinks. As pictured here, a textured sink automatically becomes the focal point of the kitchen. If you want to try this look pair it with neutral colours so it can really shine. Make sure that you don’t use too many other competing textures.What’s your favourite way to add metallic details to a kitchen from this selection? Tell us in the Comments section or share photos of your own kitchen.
Make a virtue of essentialsThe tableware and glasses that are used day to day can do double duty as objects that boost your kitchen’s personality. In fact, they’re the perfect items to keep out of cupboards and on shelves because you can grab them easily (and they won’t get used so rarely that they have a chance to gather dust). The items in this vignette have a limited palette of materials and colour that gives them a reason to be together.