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New Kitchen Installations in London

Last week we installed a couple of kitchen worktops in the London area. Take a look below to see the kitchen installations.

Arabescato Marble Kitchen Worktop

Our client went for this striking marble with grey veining for their kitchen alongside a marble wall cladding. The Arabescato polished marble has an Italian elegance and we are really happy with the outcome of this kitchen.

Arabescato Grey

Arabescato Marble Worktop -kitchen installations and worktop installations

Arabescato Marble - kitchen installations and worktop installations

 

For more marble stone colours, click here.

Samsung Diamond White Kitchen Worktop

Samsung is an engineered quartz and is a very tough stone. Our client wanted a clean finish to their worktops. They went for Samsung stone in ‘Diamond White’ and it looks stunning and fresh. You can see the finish below.

Samsung Stone - kitchen installations and worktop installations

Samsung Worktop - kitchen installations

For more Samsung stone choices, see here.

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