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    Country Style, Between the Commons, Clapham

    Brief: To source, design and plan the layout of a new kitchen within a side return extension for this between the commons home in Clapham.


  • The client’s “wish list” of AGA, wine fridge, stacking dishwasher, larder cupboard and central kitchen island were worked into the design
  • The solution delivered was a large shaker-style kitchen which used high quality materials such as marble, granite and real limestone floor tiles in a traditional flagstone formation
  • The kitchen was opened up and a dining table added into the space under a new skylight
  • Underfloor heating was added which works wonderfully with the real limestone flooring
  • The large double butler sink looks directly into the garden
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    Modern Apartment, London

    Brief: to brighten up a very clinical-looking predominantly stainless steel kitchen and add warmth using the existing layout.


    • Exhanging the orange wood and stainless steel panelled cupboard doors for warm cream shaker-style units instantly gave the kitchen area a warmer more homely look
    • The new doors created more of a ‘country’ look, chunky chrome handles were chosen to ensure the kitchen remained modern and would fit with the rest of the modern scheme within the open-plan living space.
    • A black granite worktop substituted the mass of steel and gave a real sense of luxury and quality as well as contrasting nicely with the cream units
    • A cupboard was removed to allow for an American fridge-freezer complete with a filtered water tap and ice dispenser
    • A bespoke built-in wine rack was built above the fridge-freezer for ease of access when entertaining
    • The oversized slatted wooden blind was replaced with a metal venetian blind the same colour as the units, which is much easier to wipe down and keep clean

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    The Before

    The After

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