Kitchens, Kitchens, KitchensKitchen, London

ZINC: This is a little bit special which will ooze more and more character over the years as it ages. The zinc is hand-rolled onto each table before being hammered into place on top of the sand-blasted wooden legs. Seen here with our Café au Lait kitchen chairs and Geronimo chair. Looks great with our Hans kitchen chairs and our Blast stool.

Design ideas for a kitchen in London. —  Houzz
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frilly7483 wrote:15 March 2015
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    Loaf
    5 years ago
    Hi Gemma,

    We're chuffed to bits that our zinc topped oak table caught your eye! You can nab yours here http://loaf.com/products/daddy-zinc-kitchen-table?referer. We hope this helps and happy Loafing!

    Best regards,

    Joanna
  • double nn
    4 years ago

    Amazing kitchen! How was colour/effect on floorboards achieved ?

jillocee1 wrote:13 March 2016
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    Loaf
    4 years ago

    Hi there,

    Thanks for getting in touch! These beautiful pendants belonged to the home we styled our shoot in, but one of our industrial lights might do the trick. You can have a little browse here.

    Best,

    Joanna

What Houzz contributors are saying:

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to Mismatched or Matching Dining Chairs – Which Would You Go For?21 December 2017

4. They can boost the casual relaxed feel of an airy interior Done right, modern coastal style has to be one of the most “come in and kick off your shoes” looks for a home, and this pale yet interesting kitchen proves the point perfectly. Those wide, pale boards, the painted panelling on the walls, the soft, sun-bleached colours, the vintage radio… It’s a scene that just invites you to sit and slow down.A risk with this sort of look is that it can border on twee. Here, it’s not only the zinc tabletop and industrial-style pendants that take away any sugar-coating, but also the well-chosen and non-matching chairs. Go for designs in the same colour and you’ll lose none of the airy minimalism.

cherylfreedman
Cheryl Freedman added this to 10 Reasons to Consider a Kitchen Table Instead of an Island18 December 2016

Top your tableBy their nature, islands tend to be blocky and monolithic. Consequently, an interesting worktop risks getting ‘lost’. By contrast, this zinc-topped table makes an appealing addition to all the white and wood in this charming kitchen – and very much adds to the room’s cottagey appeal.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

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511 Blue Sky added this to Alex's Ideas29 August 2020

Love the atmosphere. Pleasant and tranquil

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HU-240636223 added this to My Project3 August 2020

Table instead of counter if there is enough storage. I prefer a lower surface to work on.

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Veronica Fox added this to My ideas26 July 2020

Colour of setting matches kitchen units

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