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LWK Kitchens London added this to Small Space Solutions: Maximise Your Single-Wall Kitchen
5. Install bridged upper cabinets. Depending on the available space, another option is to introduce a run of bridging cabinets along the top of your upper kitchen cabinets. These usually have tall cabinets on either side. Apart from extra storage, this creates a sunken effect for the upper cabinets through subtle changes in depth. The upper cabinets are about 14 inches deep, and the top cabinets are about 26 inches deep. The overall feel of this is a framed kitchen look, or a feature wall effect. With this arrangement, it’s best to store items used less often in the top cabinets and to invest in a foldaway footstool for access. As pictured, you can also match your kitchen cupboard and wall colours for a seamless look to your kitchen and dining or living space.
Susan Redman added this to 7 Factors to Consider in Your Kitchen Renovation
7. Your eating arrangementsMany kitchens are part of an open-plan living area so it’s always useful to consider where the dining area will be placed in relation to the kitchen. When space is limited, try to position the dining area as close as possible to the kitchen but think of ways to avoid blocking natural light from windows (perhaps with a glass table, as seen here) or how to keep walkways clear (the built-in banquette bench below saves space in a narrow kitchen).

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The chandeliers tops this room off perfectly.
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