Woodhurst RoadIndustrial Kitchen, London

Inspiration for an industrial kitchen in London with a built-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood worktops, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood flooring, an island and brown floors. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Alice Humphrys {Interiors Journalist} added this to This is How to Get Pattern and Texture Right in Your Home4 December 2017

Expose a brick wallConsider using the original structure of your home to add pattern by showcasing a wall of exposed brick, stone or plaster. A surface left in its original state will add texture and another dimension to a room. An entire wall may feel too daunting for some, so you could consider stripping back a chimney breast instead. As a rule, the older your property, the more attractive any raw surfaces will be. There are a number of benefits to leaving a wall in its natural state: if sealed well, it should be easy to clean; it won’t need touching up with paint, and it will conceal stains well.You decide: is this the new exposed brick?

Amanda Pollard added this to Is This the New Exposed Brick Wall?30 November 2017

Take a look at this beautiful kitchen – the bare brick wall gives the space texture, warmth, industrial cool, character and rawness. But could one of these alternatives offer the same?

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Lusayo Mwalilino added this to Wish List21 September 2021

Delightful space, with lots of light and textures. Very well done.

Lynda Hall added this to My ideas29 July 2020

White and wood combo and the big drawers

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