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4. Work in a few elements with characterPeriod-style lighting has already been mentioned, but here it’s used in quite a different setting.This kitchen is proudly modern, with handleless units, slick ovens, a large, contemporary island and LED under-cabinet lighting strips. There are, however, a couple of characterful touches that nod to a heritage kitchen without jarring. Along with those island lights, there’s also the dark grout and flat metro tiles (very Victorian bathhouse), and the industrial bar stools. More subtly, the KitchenAid mixer has a pleasing vintage feel, too. Take away these four elements and you’d be left with a very blank canvas. Choose three or four items you can work into your contemporary kitchen design that deliberately add character. These can be substantial if you’re at the planning stage – tiles, lighting and so on – or they can be quick add-ins if it’s already done but feeling a little soulless – try an interesting artwork, displaying some beautiful chopping boards or a striking kitchen table and/or chairs.