Kitchen remodelling in South Bristol

Funky remodel of existing kitchen to create a light and airy dining area

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Sarah Warwick added this to Will a Glass Backsplash Work For My Kitchen?20 December 2020

Look outwardsWorried a galley kitchen will look even narrower if you use colour in the design? Follow this room’s lead by sticking to brightening white units, then use a glass backsplash to add the accent you’re after. A cool colour like this green shade is best – it makes the walls appear further away to enhance the feeling of space. Team with a wooden worktop and the effect won’t be chilly.99 ingenious ideas to steal for your small kitchen

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to 4 Best Materials for a Kitchen Backsplash1 August 2018

3. GlassGlass brings in an element of lightness and imparts a luminous look to the kitchen because of its translucence and ability to reflect light. This material is easy to maintain and offers a seamless, uninterrupted surface. Here, in this example, lacquered glass effortlessly adds an element of freshness into a minimal kitchen.

Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to A Guide to Galley Kitchens14 June 2018

What is a galley kitchen?A galley kitchen design is characterised by two parallel counters with a walking area or corridor in between. For homes short on space, this type of layout offers maximum efficiency. Galley kitchens are ideal for small spacesA galley kitchen is an ideal design for an efficient kitchen triangle. The three important tasks carried out in a kitchen are cooking, cleaning and refrigerating. So, the imaginary line drawn between the stove, the sink and refrigerator make up what experts call the work triangle. When these three elements are in close proximity, the kitchen becomes an easy space to work in. In a galley kitchen, since the space is narrow, with a counter on either side, it becomes easy to reach all three points of the triangle quickly. Thus the tasks inside the kitchen become a breeze.Also, it is able to fit an abundance of storage in a limited amount of space.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to Do You Know About the Different Types of Glass?17 August 2017

Lacquered glassMake a bold statement with coloured or lacquered glass. It is opaque and available in many attractive shades. In this example, lacquered glass is used as a kitchen backsplash that gives a fresh look to the space. This glass is moisture-resistant and highly durable. The coloured lacquer is applied to the rear surface of the glass so the coating cannot peel off easily.Find a design professional to help design your space

Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Galley Kitchens That Maximise on Space, Storage and Light8 May 2017

Choose a coloured glass splashbackThis is a simple cook space with white units and wooden worktops, but the glass splashback makes it altogether more special. The aquamarine colour complements the earthy tone of the wood, and connects with the bright chairs in the dining area beyond. The glass works well to reflect the light and creates a bright and airy feel in a relatively small space.Coloured glass splashbacks are available from a number of stockists and come in a variety of shades – some companies will even colour match for you.

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Cultivation Design added this to Brodlie25 February 2022

K'LE- Cabinet with integral drawer handles, great for kitchen or bath

Cultivation Design added this to LANDRY2 February 2022

K'LE- Cabinet with integral drawer handles, great for kitchen or bath