The design is very contemporary and yet has some traditional elements which fit within this Victorian semi-detached house in SW London. We feel we have achieved an interesting blend of the traditional and classic with a fresh bright new feel.
Mr M wanted a minimalist / industrial look which was achieved using exposed and painted brickwork with driftwood look shelving and cabinet fronts. The fronts are made from Oak which has been pressure washed, burnt and oiled with white lime to achieve a worn and distressed texture. The floor and shelving are both made from re-claimed material.
The glazed display cabinets are designed to echo the Victorian sash windows of the house.
Colours are Farrow and Ball’s ‘Wimbourne White’ with ‘Downpipe’ and ‘Skimming Stone’
Worktops and Upstands in Carrera Marble
Traditional Butler Sink with Bronze Bibcock taps.
AGA S-Series Six-Four Conventional Range Cooker
Flooring – Reclaimed parquet flooring from a church
Shelving – Re-claimed scaffolding planks
Taps – Bibcock tap in English bronze.