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Interior design by Carine Harrington

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Luke Buckle added this to 6 Must-Have, Invisible Home Technologies25 January 2019

1. Cooktops that integrate into bench spaceInduction cooktops appear as thin glass panels that sit just 10 millimetres above a bench top. This ingenious design makes them simple to clean, because unlike gas stoves or dated coil elements, there are no gaps that catch food scraps and they won’t rust. Win-win.Also, as induction cooktops are seamless and crafted from a single sheet, they are safer around children as the glass surface doesn’t get as hot as ceramic or gas cooktops. Induction cooking may also cost you more than traditional alternatives, but think of the joy in cleaning it easily, the sleek lines, and the extra bench space you will gain.Tip: If you buy an induction cooktop you may need to replace your pots and pans as glass, aluminium and copper are not suitable and only flat-bottom pots work efficiently.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

David Rowen added this to 155 House Idea2 days ago

I like the long bar that gives the stove and sink together, with the downdraft retractable vent??

Simmi added this to Stalbridge Kitchen9 January 2020

Island unit with hob and extractor

N Fullaaar added this to Kitchen2 January 2020

induction hob on island and large table

Jenn added this to My ideas7 September 2019

what are the strips on the right of cooktop?

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