This open plan loft apartment in Warner House, a stunningly converted former print works in central London, presented the perfect setting for this crisp contemporary kitchen. The key elements of the brief were to design a kitchen that would strike a clean and light contrast to the exposed concrete and brickwork of the building’s original features and also to create a space that could easily be kept free of clutter – a crucial component of open plan living. The clean aesthetic was achieved with extensive use of white Corian for the island worktop and the external cladding of the kitchen fronts offset with solid oak detailing. The addition of both a double and single pantry allowed the kitchen clutter to be easily concealed while being readily accessible for day-to-day use.
- Materials: Corian, American white oak (solid and veneered)
- Appliances: integrated Corian sink with Quooker Fusion tap, Miele zoneless induction hob, oven, combi microwave oven, warming draw, dishwasher, fridge- freezer, extractor
- Additional details include: Oak-veneered internals, solid oak breakfast bar with sunken area, single pantry with ventilated vegetable drawers, double pantry with storage racks mounted on doors, specially-fabricated Corian storage compartments to the inside of one of the doors, bespoke Corian sink cover and chopping board
- Private client
“Dealing with Jack and his team during the design and commissioning phase was an unexpected pleasure. Their patience, creativity and passion for getting every detail just right took all the stress out of commissioning a new kitchen. We love our stunning new kitchen, which is also highly functional and personal in its design. The quality of the materials and finish are impeccable. The attention to detail was evident throughout the entire process and the installation team were not only charming, but also clearly focused on achieving a beautiful end product.”
Julie & Ian