Wimbledon Bespoke KitchenTraditional Kitchen, London

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Alexis Harriott wrote:14 Oct 2016
  • Sarah W
    Thank you very much!
  • Gabby

    I LOVE the colour of these cabinets... Can't believe they've been painted! were they sprayed professionally? I'm thinking/hoping to get something similar, but had been struggling to find anywhere that had some great colours like this!

shauna_kelly49 wrote:22 Jul 2017
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    Thomas Davies Kitchens

    Apologies for the delay, we didn't supply the stools so sorry we can't be of help here. We hope you found something similar that you like.

  • Jill Harwood
    Bar stools from Atlantic Shopping
Rob Gill wrote:11 Dec 2016
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    Thomas Davies Kitchens

    Hi Rob, Sorry for the delay, it's a Silestone Quartz called Lagoon. It is a marble effect, you can see the detail in the splashback behind the hob. Are you planning a kitchen similar to this?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Warwick added this to How to Perfectly Pair Two Different Kitchen Cabinet Colours4 Nov 2017

Beautify with blueDark blue’s become a kitchen classic, but this room proves it looks just as good in a block for an island as it does in a whole-kitchen scheme. Check out the way the white finish for wall and base cupboards creates a crisp backdrop to the blue. This room keeps things attractively simple with white worktops and bar stools, too, but notice how glass-fronted cabinets create display space and decorative interest.

Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to Where to Spend and How to Save When Designing Your Kitchen7 Jul 2017

Save… on appliancesThis doesn’t necessarily mean the quality of individual items, but how many items you actually need. When planning your dream space it’s easy to get carried away, but remember to assess your individual requirements. You’ll, of course, need the basics of a hob and oven, fridge-freezer, washing machine and possibly a dishwasher, but anything else is a luxury so think about everything in terms of the value it will add to your life. If you’re a keen wine buff then a wine fridge might be a practical option, similarly an avid baker could benefit from a warming drawer – the key is to be realistic about how often the appliances will be used.

Laura Wheat added this to 10 of the Best Contemporary Shaker Kitchens on Houzz1 Sep 2016

Try a two-tone tweakIf you enjoy traditional Shaker styling but crave extra impact, two-tone cabinets could be the answer to your kitchen conundrum. White wall cupboards keep things feeling light and spacious, while a commanding navy island lends contemporary cool and the all-important finishing touch.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Amali Svien added this to Kitchen Remodel Appliances13 Oct 2019

Teal island box, glass cabinets

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