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Small trendy u-shaped kitchen photo in London with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, white appliances, no island and stone slab backsplash

City studio apartmentContemporary Kitchen, London

Small trendy u-shaped kitchen photo in London with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, white appliances, no island and stone slab backsplash —  Houzz
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Joanne W wrote:Dec 31, 2014
  • Lisa Kap

    Hi, I absolutely love this kitchen! I have read all of the above comments, but wondering where the above-stove range is from? It fits so perfectly under the cabinets, you can barely see it. I have been searching for something like this. Thank you!

  • PRO
    Black and Milk
    Dear Lisa, the project was completed a couple of years ago, so I don't remember all details. If I am not mistaken the white comby oven/microwave is from Bosch range.
hcdavidson wrote:Dec 31, 2014
  • Shelley Armitage

    A couple of questions please. Can you share the manufacturer of the cabinet laminate? I'm struggling to find this shade (light walnut). Also, the porcelain tiles...How were you able to make the marbling appear to cross multiple tiles? It appears to be a single surface. Were they large tiles?



  • PRO
    Black and Milk

    Sorry for the delayed reply. The colour of the finish is individual for each manufacturer so you need to choose from what's your supplier can offer. Re tiles - it's not a single piece. The transition effect was achieved by carefully matching the pattern between two tiles.

kimblevins wrote:Nov 4, 2014
  • rowgub

    Hi there - I love this tile! Does anyone know if I'd be able to find something similar in Canada? Also - what is this one in particular called? I looked on the website but I couldn't decipher which one it is. Thanks!

  • PRO
    Magnetic Porcelain

    Hi Rowgub! We're a distributor in Canada (Toronto area) and have two very similar products. They're both made in Italy and retail for $8-12/sqft, depending on the size (12"x24" up to 24"x48"). We're currently having a sale at 45% off retail. We ship for free, nation-wide! I can send you free samples if you'd like, just send me a message.


murmor wrote:Mar 9, 2018
  • PRO
    Black and Milk
    It was in the main range of Boche appliances but unfortunately it was discontinued. I wanted to use it for another project in few years time, but couldn’t find it anywhere.
  • Tami Shinedling

    It looks like the 500 series to me


Billy Cordero wrote:Feb 22, 2016
  • PRO
    Black and Milk

    We have a trusted team of craftsmen who go an extra mile )

  • Candy Gregg

    Do you happen to remember where you purchased this tile? Looks so great!


mcharbonneaunj wrote:May 15, 2015
  • PRO
    Black and Milk

    Its a 2,5cm worktop.


  • PRO
    trackeca

    Beautifully pulled together

Mary Jansen wrote:May 16, 2016
  • PRO
    Black and Milk

    It is a standard extractor by Bosch

williamsd59 wrote:Feb 11, 2016
Kris Koeller wrote:Jan 2, 2015
  • PRO
    Black and Milk
    The company who made all the joinery on that project is GIQ Design. It's a small but very innovative Italian manufacture who do bespoke cabinets and supply them directly from Italy.
rshunt wrote:Dec 31, 2014
  • PRO
    Black and Milk
    The dims are about 1,7x2,5m. I designed the kitchen first and then build the walls around it.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

floatinglolly
floatinglolly added this to bedroom7 days ago

The open ended shelves on the end

nivoreno
nivoreno added this to nivoreno's ideasMay 15, 2019

Like the chrome trime above bottom cabs with thin counter thickness

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Mary Kahler added this to KitchenMay 15, 2019

6. Contrast the Cabinetry If your compact U-shaped kitchen is crying out for wall cabinets on at least two sides, here’s a clever color trick from Black and Milk that you can use to help keep the space from feeling too enclosed. Simply choose a darker finish for the base cabinets and a paler shade for the wall cabinets. Paint the walls and ceiling white, and the cabinetry will simply blend away, making even a tiny space feel bigger. A Two-Tone Cabinet Scheme Gives Your Kitchen the Best of Both Worlds

jrikeda
jrikeda added this to TownhouseMay 15, 2019

6. Contrast the Cabinetry If your compact U-shaped kitchen is crying out for wall cabinets on at least two sides, here’s a clever color trick from Black and Milk that you can use to help keep the space from feeling too enclosed. Simply choose a darker finish for the base cabinets and a paler shade for the wall cabinets. Paint the walls and ceiling white, and the cabinetry will simply blend away, making even a tiny space feel bigger. A Two-Tone Cabinet Scheme Gives Your Kitchen the Best of Both Worlds

fabduch
fabduch added this to ParisMay 11, 2019

Duo de couleur meuble cuisine plus marbre

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