Hogarth House | Angular | Contemporary | SlickContemporary Kitchen, London

Sleek, stylish and minimalist clean lines all come to mind within the walls of this light and airy Victorian conversion. The kitchen sports stainless steel shark nosed worktops, two-tone grey matt lacquer units and contrasting oak shelving. The two-tiered worktop juxtaposes a steel surface with a white quartz breakfast bar at a 90 degree angle. The teal blue leather banquette, funky carpet cushions, splashy artwork and industrial vibe pendant lights give an edgy feel to the minimalist kitchen. The larder unit features pivot and slide pocket doors. Aside from the kitchen we supplied bespoke bench seating and shoe storage to the hall, contemporary floating alcove cupboards, bespoke glass fire doors and cabinetry throughout the bedrooms. Hogarth House has been given real personality in a sophisticatedly pared-back manner.

This is an example of a medium sized contemporary single-wall kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood flooring and an island. —  Houzz
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Anna Kabba added this to Arts With Anna27 February 2019

I definitely like shelves in the kitchen

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