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            Super matt slate grey handleless kitchen with p shaped kitchen island unit, black kitchen worktop and integrated black trims.

            Kitchen Inspiration

            Handleless Kitchen Ideas

            Focusing on minimal palettes, architectural features, and clever functionality, handleless kitchen ideas are popular with homes who want to create a space inspired by modern living. From learning how to incorporate geometric accents and to planning strategic lighting, find all the handleless kitchen inspiration you need to customise this contemporary look in your home.

            Handleless kitchens in real homes

            Deerwood_renovation - Balham Gloss Dove Grey 2

            Light it up

            As well as creating mood and atmosphere, lighting is a great way to highlight key design features in handle-free looks. @Deerwood_renovations has placed lights beneath the counter and the plinth to emphasise those horizontal lines for added wow factor.


            Maximise minimal

            A pared-back colour palette is an easy way to keep smaller layouts looking spacious. @makingno9fine has introduced a white counter that blends well with their light-grey cupbooard doors to create a harmonious design that is light and bright.

            @artavia_home_renovation - Clerkenwell Super Matt Grey

            Add metallics

            Metallic features are on-trend, and instantly inject luxe appeal to a room. @artavia_home_renovation has included brass trims to their handleless design, which add gold-like accents for a high-end look, whilst emphasising the architectural lines of their layout.

            @behind_the_glass_door - Clerkenwell Super Matt Graphite

            Go geometric

            Geometric patterns are a staple in linear styles, and @behaind_the_glass_door has used plenty of these to add interest to their design. From the chevron floor to the rectangular tap, this scheme shows that sticking to simple shapes can create an eye-catching look.

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