A fab kitchen refurbishment in Balham, South West London.
The kitchen space is lovely, and the roof space has been opened up to expose the slope of the ceiling and, whilst it can’t be seen from my initial picture, there is a great gallery area above the kitchen which my client uses as her office space.
We generally left the layout of the new kitchen as per the old. The layout works for her, so we didn’t see any need to change it.
Anyway, without further ado – here’s the new kitchen.
The walls have been painted in Farrow and Ball Parma Grey and Elephants Breath. These blend well with the light flooding into the room and create a sophisticated feel to the overall design.
The kitchen is a Rotpunkt, great german design.
Previous halogen tracked lighting has been replaced by long lasting LEDs to provide great task lighting and decorative lighting in the form of pendant lights from my favourite lighting company, Rothschild and Bickers
(Pick n Mix product) add contrast and interest to the room and help accentuate the opening up of the roof space.
The flooring is Nordic White Oak by Polyflor.
The kitchen has now been opened up and the circular window is now a feature of the room. Overall, this kitchen design is so fresh and cool and it was a pleasure working with the client.