The home of the UK agent for Pyram, this small ground floor space in a 1960's Span developed house combines gloss beige, Makassar ebony and lime green along with paintings and mementos from Asia and India. All above a pale sycamore floor.
Living area using Pyram Makassar ebony cabinets with an Asian theme.
Ebony cabinets double as a TV/audio area. The doll is Burmese!
Ebony backing panel on the peninsular reflects the living area.
A line of Makassar ebony slimline wall cabinets with lift up and over doors file over a lime green glass back splash.
Induction hob in the peninsular with no intrusive overhead extractor canopy. The owners style of cooking means that an open window is sufficient extraction.
Walls were removed to create the open space. The last supporting wall was used to create a "goalpost" to integrate a tall unit bank.
Note that the project mixes handleless cabinets with those with handles and that a pull out larder wraps partly over the top to maximise storage.
The business side of the peninsular is all drawer cabinets. Above is a minimal 12mm thick Silestone Blanco Capri top that mitres down the side of the cabinets to the floor.
Uncluttered top space and lime green glass. The black continuous finger rails make the door facias appear to "float"