What struck us strange about this property was that it was a beautiful period piece but with the darkest and smallest kitchen considering it's size and potential. We had a quite a few constrictions on the extension but in the end we managed to provide a large bright kitchen/dinning area with direct access to a beautiful garden and keeping the 'new ' in harmony with the existing building. We also expanded a small cellar into a large and functional Laundry room with a cloakroom bathroom.

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

Fall for foxed mirror glassAnother take on mirrored glass is the antiqued version seen in this kitchen. It has the same benefits as a pristine mirrored backsplash, but the interesting surface puts the attention on the backsplash rather than just what it’s reflecting. It’s worth considering this option if you’re fitting a contemporary kitchen in a period home, as it’ll make a subtle link between the two.

Amanda Pollard added this to 6 Stunning Alternatives to Tiled Kitchen Backsplashes17 September 2018

Reflect a littleMirrors are great for creating a feeling of light and space, and the wipeable surface is perfect for a kitchen. If you prefer a more muted finish than a standard mirror, choose antiqued glass for your backsplash. This wall of patinated glass brightens up the kitchen, while the dappled texture gives it a softer feel.

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Fiona Ford added this to kitchens29 December 2021

Splashback mirror antique/ aged

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