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This beautiful kitchen belonging to Lydia Millen with its Farrow and Ball Cornforth White wall cabinets is enhanced with complimentary sage painted island, in Farrow and Ball Pigeon. It subtly draws your eye whilst picking out the veining from the 5031 Statuario Maximus worktop.
Metallic touches and pretty pastels enhance the art deco inspired elegance of Kimberley Duran’s kitchen. The 5143 White Attica worktops are the perfect foundation for this stylish scheme, providing an element of opulence, whilst remaining fresh and modern.
This dreamlike kitchen created by the 2LG founders indulges in powdery pinks to compliment the 4011 Cloudburst Concrete worktops, amalgamating in a truly magical design.
A window above the sink not only gives you a good view whilst you’re washing up, but helps to flood your kitchen with natural light. We love Helen Powell’s stunning grid window, which adds character and provides a focal point to this simple and stylish kitchen featuring 4011 Cloudburst Concrete worktops.
Black and white never fails; this classic combination resonate soundly with one another to form a timeless, elegant design. Bold black cabinets with a clean white surface is a particularly striking combination, allowing for the largest surfaces to shine brightly in their whiteness and the eye to be drawn by the darker shades. We particularly love Kate Watson-Smyth’s stunning monochrome kitchen design, featuring 5031 Statuario Maximus.
Colour pops are an eye-catching way of creating a statement within a scheme, and this blue island acts as the perfect podium to elevate and showcase the show stopping 4141 Misty Carrera worktops. The polished surface and gloss white cabinets reflect light around the room, which is amplified by the contrasting black back wall and fridge.
Use warmer shades and soothing neutrals, such as the soft, putty tones of this deVol kithen to create a calming space. The 4011 Cloudburst Concrete worktops and complimenting cabinetry in Rosa Park’s kitchen blend almost as one to form a truly serene sanctuary.
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