Posted by Alessa at Saturday, September 16th 2017, 22:43:21 PM
When the homeowner moved into this three‐bedroom semi in south London 20 years ago, she arranged to live with its weakened old kitchen for just a twosome of years. The right time to tackle the job never looked to come nevertheless, and 18 years went by before a turn to refresh the room arrived about. 'I was drastic for a modification, and thought I'd insert underfloor heating to achieve the ball rolling,' she says, 'but when the maker arrived to survey the job, he proposed knocking the kitchen down and beginning afresh.'
The plan was to make a vibrant, open‐plan kitchen that will be both a sociable and functional room. To create more of the garden, the homeowner opted for floor‐to‐ceiling glossed doors and appended roof lights to flood the space with sunshine. A combination of uncovered brick walls and basalt work tops gives the room an industrial look. 'I spent ages sourcing every thing and I adore how the kitchen airs now. It’s better than I'd imagined and it creates the garden look larger and more available. '.
Locating a tier of skylights and glossed doors leading to the garden has converted this once shady kitchen into a welcoming, sunlit space.
The white metro‐tiled backsplash is sophisticated and functional. A vintage‐look road sign appends interest to the neutral scheme.
To create the most of the room, floor to ceiling components were suited to incorporate a larder and enable room for a big American‐style fridge freezer. The room above has been utilized to arrange cookery books.
By expanding out and to the side of the property, the homeowner has built a natural circulation of room between the breakfast room and the fresh kitchen extension.
Knocking through portion of the wall intends that the homeowner can socialise with guests sitting in the dining room behind.
The light sign was made to order and fill the room absolutely.
The combination of limestone floor tiles, shaker style kitchen units and wood, accents the contemporary style whilst retaining a welcoming cozy kitchen.
The homeowner needed an induction hob but had obstruction discovering one which was not black. After a long hunt, she sourced this Siemens hob in grey, which combines almost seamlessly with the basalt worktop.
The kitchen before the renovation. What a change!
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