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By far the most striking features in the kitchen are the 'pop colour' wall hung cabinets on the main wall. These units are bespoke high gloss lacquered in marine, mustard, lime, coral and plum. Although the units look randomly placed, the kitchen was designed using a German grid system that provides ultimate symmetry of design.
Against the backdrop of the highly reflective surfaces the taps sit above the under mounted stainless steel twin sink and the additional boiling tap provides instant hot water. The island features a black gloss quartz overhung work top providing a breakfast bar, an induction hob, and a down draught extractor. Built in are a wine-cooler as well as a dishwasher that cleverly projects lit numbers on to the floor to show how much time is left in the wash cycle.
The side wall bank of full height and built in storage with pull out drawers features both a conventional and combination oven. The floor is finished in large format grey tiles that cover the entire open plan lounge and kitchen area.
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Go for gloss in the kitchen These wall-hung cabinets have been covered in a high-gloss lacquer that highlights the bright colour. They might look random, but they’re actually carefully positioned (the top of the blue cabinet aligns with the top of the burgundy one, and the bottom of the blue one aligns with the base of the red one) to ensure they feel balanced, rather than chaotic. The rest of the space is jet black, which looks striking against the vivid shades on the wall cabinets and gives the whole design a cool edge.Here’s why lacquer is a popular finish
4. Due to its smooth surface, spills on an induction hob can be cleaned up easily. Tip: For maintaining and cleaning the induction unit, while the internal maintenance should be carried out by a professional, use a damp sponge to wipe off any spills off its surface. You can even use a special induction cooktop cleaner and clean the surface with a paper towel.5. Induction hobs don’t require the regular changing of cylinders, nor a lighter to ignite the unit. All they require is electricity. Find out all about ergonomic kitchens