Galley Kitchen Ideas and Designs
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Traditional kitchen with classic matt cream doors and double island with teal matt doors. Oak wood flooring and granite worktops with integrated sinks. Also featuring cage lighting. CGI 2017, design by shadowlightgroup.com and all CG production by www.pikcells.com
This project was a collaboration with a contractor we have partnered with for years to create a unique home for him and his family. Shane and Anna Butterick of GSB Building are from New Zealand, and this influenced a great deal of the design decisions on the project. The choice of materials such as the wood finishes and the decision to leave steel beams exposed are influenced by a desire to remind them of a South Island style. The project is centred around a self-build mentality. We achieved planning for a full width and side return extension, with full height steel doors adding an industrial style to this typical Victorian brick terraced house. The ground floor has been entirely reconfigured, to create one large open plan kitchen, dining and living space. The tall metal doors open onto a small but perfectly formed courtyard garden. At the upper level, a luxury master suite has been created, with a large free-standing bath its centrepiece. We were also able to extend the loft to create a new bedroom with ensuite. Much of the interior design is the result of Anna’s eclectic style and attention to detail. Shane and his team took responsibility for building the project and creating a very high-end finish. This project was a truly collaborative effort.
Martina Oh photography
As part of an extension to a 1930’s family house in North-West London, Vogue Kitchens was briefed to create a stylish understated handleless contemporary kitchen, yet with a plethora of clever internal storage options to keep it completely clutter-free. The extended area to the back of the property has an internal semi-partition wall part separates the kitchen and living space, while there is an open walk-through to either room. An entire wall of panel doors lead to the garden from both rooms and can be opened fully on either side to bring the outdoors in. The kitchen also features subtle adjustable LED spotlights in the ceiling to provide bright light, while further LED strip lighting was installed above the cabinetry to be a feature at night, and when entertaining. For colour, the clients were keen for the kitchen to have a monochrome effect for the kitchen, to complement the grey tones used for their living and dining space. They wanted the cabinetry and the worktops to be in a very flat matt finish, and a special matt lacquer from Leicht was used to create this effect. Leicht Carbon Grey was used for the tall cabinetry, while a much paler Merino colourway was used for contrast on the long kitchen island. For all surfaces, a quartz composite Unistone worktop was featured in Bianco colourway, which was also used for the end panels. Specially designed to the clients’ requirements, one end of the kitchen island features a cut out recess to accommodate a Leicht bespoke small square freestanding table with a top in Oak Smoke Silver laminate together with clients’own seating for informal dining. Directly above is pendant lighting by Tom Dixon, which features three non-uniform pendants to break up the linear conformity of the room. Installed within the facing side of the island is a Caple two-zone undercounter wine cabinet and centrally situated within the worksurface is a Siemens 60cm induction hob alongside a 30cm domino gas wok to accommodate all surface cooking requirements. Directly above is a 90cm fully integrated ceiling extractor by Falmec. Housed within the tall cabinetry are two 60cm Siemens multifunction ovens which are installed one above the other and also enclosed behind cabinetry doors are a Liebherr larder fridge and tall freezer. To contrast with all the matt cabinetry in the room, and to draw the eye, a granite splashback in Cosmic Black Leather was installed behind the wet area, which faces the internal aspect of the kitchen island. The wet area also comprises cabinetry for utilities and a Siemens 60cm integrated dishwasher, while within the the worksurface is a Blanco undermount sink and Quooker Flex 3-in-1 Boiling Water Tap.
Lind & Cummings Design Photography
50 Degrees North Architects
Overview L shaped rear ground floor extension with a loft conversion and internal alterations throughout The Brief Create space, bring in the light and hide the stuff of life away so we can have some calm moments in our family home, keep in modern but not uber-modern……. Our Solution Clients with young families need very specific spaces and lots of storage for the stuff of life. This fantastic client wanted much more flexibility from the floor space and wanted every living area to be as light as possible, but to retain and work with some period features. Over time family spaces need to change and adapt as children grow, work commitments evolve needing home working areas and visiting friends and relatives need comfortable space and privacy. Planning a family home looks at these competing elements and as ever tries to get more space from the house than it seemed to have, that was done using some neat space planning and clever arrangement of uses within each floor plan.
Roundhouse Urbo bespoke kitchen in Farrow & Ball Pavilion Grey with island in horizontal grain rough sawn Oak. Worktops in brushed stainless steel with welded sink trough and on the hob & sink run, composite stone with a sharknose edge. Photography by Darren Chung.
Joseph / French
Edwardian, farrow and ball, filament bulb, glass pendants, inframe kitchen, island pendants, island seating, marble worktop, midcentury stool, miele, quooker, range cooker, sink in island,
Unique Home Stays
Beaufort Construction London Ltd
Renovation of a substantial three bedroom house in Brixton.
Mailen Design SW
Roundhouse Metro matt lacquer bespoke kitchen in Farrow & Ball Railings with recessed Bronze handle detail and Farrow & Ball Charlotte Lock inside pocket door unit. Grigio Piombo Lapitec Satin worksurface and stainless steel splashback. Designed in collaboration with Samantha Todhunter Deisgn. Photography by Nick Kane
Space Group Architects