Wandsworth Common contemporary-kitchen
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Wandsworth Common Contemporary Kitchen, London

Beautiful gallery set within a kitchen / sitting room space. Adds a real personal touch to this space with favourite places and family members featured. Thought through decorative accessories finish off this long pair of shelves beautiully. Suspended units give a more sophisticated look than the typical kitchen units that go down to the floor.
Inspiration for a contemporary medium tone wood floor open concept kitchen remodel in London with flat-panel cabinets, solid surface countertops, mirror backsplash and an island — Houzz

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REHAU Cabinet Doors wrote:
What material was used for the cabinet fronts?
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It's an Italian kitchen who offered suspended units as an option. I don't know what timber they have used because it is gloss lacquer all sides of the doors.

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Rise Art added this to An Insider’s Guide to Creating the Perfect Gallery Wall
Line a kitchen shelf. Create a gallery wall using existing shelves for a flexible and high-impact display. Combining artwork with kitchen items, for instance, can turn a storage shelf into a work of art.When displaying art in kitchens, beware of placing it near heat sources and areas with high humidity. Gallery walls consisting of plates or decorative trays carry less risk of damage.
Jo Simmons added this to Houzz Tour: Nature and Technology Combine in a Renovated Townhouse
The lower cabinets are suspended above the floor. “I wanted to create lots of storage and worktop space, but didn’t want it to look too much like a kitchen,” Lander says. “Fitting this row of units off the floor gives a more sophisticated look.” A mirrored backsplash adds depth.Family photos and favorite pieces bring a personal touch. “Shelves are a great way to personalize a space,” Lander says. “You should feel your home is yours, but I think it’s better if the personal touches are not built into its fabric. It’s the photos and accessories that bring lots of interest.”
Kate Burt added this to 9 Quick Styling Steals for Your Sideboard
Use mirrors. This floating sideboard in an open-plan living-cooking area has been given the kitchen cabinet treatment with a mirrored backsplash — though purely for aesthetic purposes this time.If your sideboard is positioned to face a view of greenery or is perpendicular to windows or doors facing the garden, the mirrored effect can be especially lovely as the reflected foliage becomes part of your interior.

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Emma Watford added this to Emma's ideas
Personalisation idea for lower ground main area

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