The brief was to transform a rather dark Georgian townhouse into a space that better suited this busy London family. They wanted a much brighter space that enabled them to have places to relax together and apart and they needed improved storage. As keen cooks the kitchen was the most important space and a bright, practical yet stylish kitchen dinning room was created out of a formerly dingy collection of low ceilinged rooms. Other parts of the house were given a more period treatment.
The kithen was featured in The Sunday Times Style Pages and shot by interiors photographer James Balston.
Bespoke kitchen designed by Peter Bell Architects. Hi-Mac worktops, Vola taps and a poured Resin floor.
Designed by Peter Bell Architects and supplied by Cantifix
Whilst modern services were installed, the upper floors were sympathetically restored and styled using a more relaxed period feel.
The linear kitchen was designed by Peter Bell Architects for two keen cooks. The carcasses and doors were made from a moisture resistant MDF and then spray painted. The worktop and splash back were formed in one seamless unit from LG Hi-Macs. Instant hot water is provided by the boiling water tap. Other taps are by Danish company Vola and the super efficient extraction by specialist extraction company Westin