This stunning 1920’s home is set on a private road in Hampstead, North London with views from the kitchen over the city. The front garden is covered in the most beautiful Wisteria which inspired the bold colour choices for the kitchen cabinetry. The long L shaped room and window placements informed the design and enabled us to create a streamlined kitchen with ample storage and a long narrow island.
The induction hob runs seamlessly into the Carrera marble worktops with mirrored glass splash-back, and wall mounted cabinetry which discretely hides the extractor. Double ovens and dual fridge freezers fill one wall whilst a large freestanding cabinet conceals the expansive Larder
storage for the kitchen. The kitchen is hand-painted in Farrow and Ball Brassica
and the beautiful hand blown ceiling pendants coupled with the large expanses of marble worktop
create the luxurious and timeless family space the owners required.