Loft Apartment Notting HillIndustrial Kitchen, London

Alexis Hamilton

Photo of a medium sized urban single-wall enclosed kitchen in London with wood worktops, white splashback, metro tiled splashback and no island. —  Houzz
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algygreen wrote:28 September 2014
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    Reason Season Time
    5 years ago
    Hi - we specialise in reclaimed wood and metal furniture so please let us know if we can help you source a table or other furniture.
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    Compass and Rose
    4 years ago

    The Table was made by a company called Rough Living - excellent company and great to work with. This item was bespoke.

Lou Thompson wrote:12 March 2015
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    The London Tile Co.
    5 years ago

    Hi there, I noticed no one got back to you about the splash back metro tiles! We stock a range of coloured metro tiles, if you're looking for white ones I'd recommend our Mercia tiles!

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    Compass and Rose
    4 years ago

    Hi there, Pendant lights were picked up at Retrovius and we chose the flex from Historic Lighting. The Metro tiles are from Tons of Tiles (excellent supplier and fantastic lead times)

Amber wrote:7 March 2016
  • everylittlethingconsidered
    4 years ago
    I'd estimate 3.2 m....counting the floor tiles!
  • Sophia
    4 years ago
    I'm loving this kitchen and considering getting one from the same company.
Leegoo Guo wrote:1 August 2015
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    Compass and Rose
    4 years ago

    Rough living

Jacinta Dancer wrote:28 March 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    stowed
    stowed added this to How to Choose the Perfect Wooden Worktop for Your Kitchen5 December 2017

    Iroko: for reliabilityIroko is sometimes seen as a more sustainable and readily available alternative to teak. It’s also a very dense hardwood, so it’s more water-resistant than other, softer timbers. Whether using iroko is ecologically sound is the subject of some debate; often, its exact provenance is hard to trace and there’s evidence to suggest that illegal iroko logging is destroying some wildlife habitats. As with all woods, check for FSC accreditation to ascertain exactly where it comes from and that these forests are sustainable.

    susannahhutchison
    Susannah Hutchison added this to Make the Most of a Kitchen-diner With Smart Seating25 May 2017

    Play the long gameThere’s a straightforward approach to seating in this long, thin kitchen-diner. Options are limited in a galley-style kitchen, so this practical table is long rather than wide, mirroring the dimensions of the room. When catering for more guests, it’s easy to simply pull the table out from the wall into the centre of the room.

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 9 of the Best Ideas for Single-wall Kitchens on Houzz20 April 2017

    Make space for a tableThe owners of this rectangular cook space could have chosen a galley layout, but that would have ruled out a dining area. Instead, they’ve opted for a run of units along one wall, which has allowed them to include an ample table for guests. To give the room a balanced look, the black chairs and timber table replicate the dark units and wooden worktop opposite. The table is large, but there’s still enough space to position a roomy larder next to it.

    kateburt
    Kate Burt added this to Is it Over for Open-plan Kitchens?17 January 2017

    “I love the look of [open-plan] – spacious and sociable. However, I like to shut away the clutter and don’t like talking over the noise of the kettle, washing machine etc, so I like my kitchen in a separate room (I’m sure this will come back into fashion soon).”embzopDiscover the most common kitchen design problems – and how to tackle them

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways to Love Living in Your Flat4 October 2016

    Don’t scrimp on life’s pleasuresDon’t let a lack of space hold you back from having guests over. A smaller kitchen than you might have on the ground floor of a house can still accommodate dinner with friends. This narrow space, for example, has units on one side and a long dining table on the other, pulled out only when it’s needed. There’s plenty of room for the owners to hold a dinner party for eight, or even 10 guests. In smaller spaces still, in a similar, occasional, vein, options might include a drop-leaf table, a round table, a built-in booth or tucked-away bench seating with storage.

    What Houzz users are commenting on:

    andy_watson34
    Andy Watson added this to 31 Monte Sanoyesterday

    Galley style cook area; subway tile; storage below (metal cabinets)

    suecostigan70
    suecostigan70 added this to Kitchen6 days ago

    tight quarters like us....love the wood top, open uppers

    webuser_452026450
    Dianne S added this to Kitchen13 September 2020

    brick, table and chairs, like that everything except a tall cabinet is on one side of the room.

    ra_l_lara
    Raúl Lara added this to Ana y Raúl27 August 2020

    Barra de madera y color de cajones.

    webuser_33753653
    HU-33753653 added this to Kitchen17 August 2020

    Cool black cabinets, nice drawer pulls.really nice small kitchen

    cecilia_hdez
    Cecilia Hdez added this to Ideas de Cecilia9 August 2020

    Calidez y el diseño de la barra

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