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Twickenham Green HomeCountry Kitchen, London

© John Frye Photography

This is an example of a rural kitchen in London with a belfast sink, flat-panel cabinets, green cabinets, white splashback, metro tiled splashback, stainless steel appliances and light hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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fiona_benoistFiona Benoist wrote:29 June 2016
  • Fiona Benoist
    5 years ago

    Thanks Morgan Harris - i have ordered from British Standard now so you ought to start taking a commission. Last question (if you know) where did you get the shelf brackets from?

    Thanks - Fiona

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    Morgan Harris Architects Ltd
    5 years ago

    Hello Fiona, we don't take commission, though please do let them know we helped you and they can at least say thank you! Architects shouldn't take commission, it is against the two Codes of Practice (at least it certainly was when I qualified in 2003). It's good to see good companies doing well and I hope they provide a lovely kitchen for you. Shelf brackets - please send me an e-mail to gmh@morganharrisarchitects.com and I will tell you. Best Wishes, Guy

maria_dinmamodemaria_dinmamode wrote:20 February 2016
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    Morgan Harris Architects Ltd
    6 years ago

    Hello Maria;

    We chose this with our Client on site from a range of alternatives; I think this was a Farrow and Ball. Please do bear in mind that colours look very different in different contexts and you should never, ever base a choice on a photograph as photographs are not usually an accurate representation of true colour.

    I suggest getting a few sample pots and seeing what works best for you in context and seeing this in different lights (do consider that daylight is massively different to artificial light).

    Kind Regards,


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amanda Pollard added this to Wall Units, Shelves or Nothing: Which is Best for Your Kitchen?22 November 2016

Keep the space airyOpen shelves will make your kitchen feel lighter and more spacious. This narrow room could have appeared smaller with a row of wall cabinets. The long shelves don’t encroach on the space, and instead help to open it out.

Anna Tobin added this to 10 Ideas for Open Storage in a Kitchen1 December 2015

Take your height into account If you’re a little shorter than average and will frequently have to climb a stepladder to reach high-up pots and pans, then open storage might not be the most practical option for you. If height is on your side, however, you will probably find reaching up to an item much easier than bending down to rummage around in a low cupboard for it.High open storage is also particularly useful if you don’t want your little ones to get their hands on your kitchen equipment.

Cathy Rebecca added this to Houzz Tour: A 17th Century Home is Cleverly Extended For Family Living27 October 2015

Houzz at a Glance Who lives here A family of fourLocation Twickenham, southwest LondonSize 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroomsArchitect Guy Morgan-Harris of Morgan Harris ArchitectsThe psychology of how a space is lived in played a large part in the design of this property. ‘Having clients who really cared about the home was an important part of the process,’ explains architect Guy Morgan-Harris. ‘We were able to work very closely with people who were willing to engage in a process that took on board everything from them as people to the site as a whole.’

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Jo Black added this to Jo's Ideas7 days ago

bench at centre - lots of light. Wood.

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