Classic white handle-less German kitchen in Sheffield – Designed and installed by Concept Interiors.
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- November 18, 2016
This classic bright white kitchen is clean, fresh and modern. It is the perfect colour for creating a feeling of space whatever the size of the kitchen. White is our most in-demand kitchen colour choice; classic, elegant and versatile but largely popular also because it will never date or tire with time.
Handle-less kitchens offer a much smoother transition from dining room to kitchen than a kitchen with handles. Handles can often interfere with the composition of having both rooms next to each other. Therefore, Handle-less kitchens are perfect for open plan living. The kitchen below demonstrates just how seamless the divide can be between a kitchen and dining area with the help of a handle-less kitchen. As seen here, the very clever use of a continuous stainless steel channel handle, built into the cabinet, takes away any need for projecting handles to spoil the simplicity of the overall design. Combined with 20mm Silestone Blanco Zeus worktops and integrated Siemens appliances, we believe that we have created the ultra modern German kitchen.
At Concept Interiors, we understand that white cabinetry is a very popular choice, and although white is sometimes considered to be a safe option where wall colour (or lack of it) is concerned, white cabinetry is a stylish and fashion-forward option. For those who are maybe a little dubious about bright colours and exotic timbers, white kitchens can be accessorised with a host of colours, finishes and textures. The usual design rules apply though, particularly where white is concerned. It’s generally acknowledged that a totally white colour scheme can look clinical, reminding us of an operating theatre rather than a warm, welcoming room that is the ‘heart of the home’.
As seen here in the kitchen below, incorporating contrasting finishes, such as the hardwood oak flooring, works really well to make glossy or matt white cabinetry all the more striking when sitting alongside. We also often suggest adding colour to the room as seen here with the striking pendant lighting. Also adding colour to the interior walls with paint – choose from muted, subtle shades of grey, mauve and green for a white kitchen in a period home, or go for zingy orange, mustard and lime for a very contemporary look.