Contemporary update for Dublin kitchen

Full of light, this large contemporary kitchen in Dublin embraces an open plan design to create a homely yet fully modern space, with a dining area to the left and a comfortable living room to the right.

In this article we cover:

  • Redesign of existing kitchen: what needed to be changed and how
  • Cabinetry choices and worktop details
  • How to avoid clutter in the kitchen with good design
  • In frame shaker style kitchen detailing
  • Tying in the dining and living areas with the kitchen
  • Dining area panelling details
  • Choice of flooring and lighting
  • Supplier list

Claire Savage

Written by Claire Savage

Claire is a copywriter, journalist and author based near the Giant's Causeway. With more than 10 years' experience in the media, Claire previously worked as a newspaper reported in Coleraine before taking up a sub-editing role in Belfast. Having written for various newspapers and magazines, including the Belfast Telegraph and Culture NI, Claire set up her own copywriting business, CS Editorial, in 2014. She is the author of three novels for 8-12 year-olds and hosts the Giant's Causeway Book Club for the National Trust.

Email: claire@cseditorial.co.uk

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