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Statement Handleless Kitchen

Edgbaston, Birmingham

The kitchen showcases a minimalist aesthetic with its one walled layout, clean, sleek lines and flawless black colour scheme. Dominating the space is a large, central island with a striking, matte finish. The kitchen island is a multifunctional focal point, blending its roles as a culinary prep station and a dramatic centrepiece. It boasts a sleek induction cooktop and an integrated sink, set within a vast worktop that extends into a waterfall edge, adding a touch of modern luxury and tactile interest.

Wall-to-ceiling cabinetry in a uniform dark shade creates a striking visual continuity, ingeniously incorporating state-of-the-art appliances like a flush-mounted oven and microwave to maintain the kitchen’s polished look. Open shelves intersperse the cabinetry, offering a canvas for personal expression with books and trinkets that infuse the space with warmth and individuality. An additional dining zone is a natural extension of the kitchen, defined by a distinctive table flanked by contemporary chairs that mirror the kitchen’s colour scheme.

This kitchen space exemplifies modern minimalism at its finest—a deliberate selection of appliances and furniture that results in a cohesive and supremely functional environment. The entire living area exudes a sense of refined simplicity, epitomising effortless, minimalist living.

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