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Timber veneer adds a softer touch to a semi-industrial style kitchen

​​​​​​​Double cavity slider doors in the same timber veneer as the rest of this kitchen provide a wide opening to the scullery when in use, but also mean it’s hardly noticeable when closed. With a double oven, dishwasher and sink, the scullery is fully equipped as a secondary cooking area.

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