Webb Yates Engineers
493-495 Hackney Road, formally the site of the oldest ironmongers in London trading since 1797, has undergone a two-part refurbishment and extension to accommodate a mixed-use commercial and residential development. Architect: Jonathan Tuckey Design. Photography: James Brittain
U shaped kitchen islands. Rooflights by Sunsquare. Chevron floor tiles from Saloni. Kitchen by Kitchen Architecture.
Ashley Ann Kitchens, Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Ashley Ann Caledonia Conival Smooth Painted Roofers Lead & Washed Oak
Lewis Alderson & Co.
Classic tailored furniture is married with the very latest appliances from Sub Zero and Wolf to provide a kitchen of distinction, designed to perfectly complement the proportions of the room. The design is practical and inviting but with every modern luxury included.
A mixture of innovative finishes including Arrital Fenix Doha Bronze 20mm worktops and doors, mixed with AK Project Sesame and Sand Lacquer "Fango". Oak Plank with glass leg used for a lower level seating area off from the Island. Using the same Sesame door we were able to hide the access to the utility. AEG Appliances, Bespoke Decoglaze splashback - Bronze, Gloss and Matt Olive glass mix
BP Kitchens & Interiors
Handmade kitchen finished in flat birch veneer doors with a individually designed integrated oak handle to create a linear line around the kitchen at worktop height. Painted in two colours chosen by the customer. Flush mounted oak plinth in line with the doors to coordinate with the handles. We book matched the veined worktop on the side panel joint, so the pattern seamlessly flowed down the side of the peninsular. Truly beautiful, peaceful kitchen over looking Newbury Race Course.