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Loft Apartment Notting Hill Industrial 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:
Table - Can you advise where the table is from?
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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

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

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Lou Thompson wrote:
Lights and tiles - Hi where are the pendant lights and splash back metro tiles from please?
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The London Tile Co.

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

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:
Size - What s the width of this kitchen?
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I'd estimate 3.2 m....counting the floor tiles!
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I'm loving this kitchen and considering getting one from the same company.
Leegoo Guo wrote:
About the wooden shelf - Hi do you mind tell me when you get the wooden shelf? Thanks
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Compass and Rose

Rough living

matthew5368 wrote:
Is that Barack 7? - Hi, first of all, love everything! I was wondering where do you get those ceiling lights from. I've been browser shopping all things industrial and retro, and those ceiling lights reminded me of a set from Barack 7 and was wondering if it was. Matt
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Compass and Rose

Hi there, we found these at Retrovius but have seen many similar from Cult Furniture or Kempton Market is a good place to find pendants like these. The Flex is from Historic Lighting.

Jayne Wilkinson wrote:
What colour are the kitchen cabinets and where can I buy the paint ? - What colour are the kitchen cabinets and where can I buy the paint from ?
annie_mb wrote:
where you worktop is from? - I love you kitchen and I was just wanting to ask what type of worktop you used and where you sourced it from?
Jacinta Dancer wrote:
Where are the chairs from? - Hi - Where are the chairs from please?
mshaeffer wrote:
Floor tiles - Hi could you tell me where these floor tiles are from please? Many thanks.
mojo010811 wrote:
Kitchen Diner - Hi I wonder if you could tell me the width of the kitchen in this photo? Thanks

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lara Sargent added this to Galley Kitchens With Style and Substance
Try industrial piecesA no-nonsense, industrial look using wood, brick and metal works really well in this galley kitchen, making it feel characterful and welcoming. This one sacrifices more worktop space for a family table and has built-in appliances for a living space vibe. The big larder cupboard has been positioned at the end of the table to allow for the longest-possible run of work surface.Check out more ingenious layouts for a small kitchen
Jo Leevers added this to The Advantages of Going Freestyle and Freestanding in the Kitchen
Import a New York loft styleThis London kitchen is a slim space livened up with a strong dose of industrial style. Wood, metal, grey paint and ceramic surfaces all mix easily, thanks to similar tones. Then there are the contrasts: bare bricks are mirrored by glossy metro tiles, waist-level units by a taller cabinet. A fitted kitchen in this space could look regimented and unimaginative, but this one looks freed up and innovative.
Karen Wilson added this to Decorating: How To Create a Sense of Flow From Room to Room
Expose brickworkWhether you prefer an industrial feel or a rustic country look, exposed brickwork will tie together your scheme. Consider exposing a brick wall in two or three rooms to create cohesion – perhaps the kitchen, living room and master bedroom. If your brickwork isn’t up to scratch, slip bricks from a builder’s merchants can be used to create a facade. Love bare bricks? Get more ideas
Cheryl Freedman added this to Decorating: Inspiring New Ways to Use Neutrals
Do the industrial nudeOK, industrial isn’t strictly a neutral trend, but many of its components have become ‘invisible’ signposts of style; a way to look cool and modern without the need for loud colours or big, look-at-me designer pieces. This kitchen-diner showcases many of this trend’s key factors: vintage metal chairs, wooden worktops, an exposed brick wall, white metro tiles, a salvaged-wood bench and metal pendants. The overall effect is warm and extremely stylish, but also still neutral.
Sara Emslie added this to How to Give Your Kitchen Space a Dash of Vintage Flair
Celebrate the old-schoolGive the industrial look a twist with vintage school pieces. These original school chairs boost the characterful look of this kitchen, especially paired with a well-loved wooden kitchen table – though they’d add warmth to a modern design, too. They’re also stackable, so can be stored on top of each other in a corner of the room when not in use. Team them with industrial lighting as well as furniture and cupboards made from reclaimed vintage floorboards for a full-on, gritty interior that’s too cool for school.Explore more ideas for industrial interiors
Andrea Von added this to Decorating: Get to Know These 10 Different Tile Patterns
Go modern retro with offset tilingThe offset tile pattern is a tried-and-tested favourite. Ceramic (or sometimes glass) rectangular – or metro – tiles are laid in a neat brickwork fashion, reminiscent of the London Underground, and bringing an urban-chic edge that works in both contemporary and period rooms.Metro tiles come in a huge range of colours, but you can’t go wrong with traditional white, as seen on the wall of this characterful London kitchen. (Love the paving stone-style floor tiles, too, laid in a contrasting large grid formation.)Browse more ways with classic metro tiles
Cheryl Freedman added this to Inspiring Ways to Use Bare Bricks at Home
Embrace reclaimed chicIf your style is industrial and vintage, a wall of exposed bricks will add that longed-for warehouse vibe. This rough and ready wall goes a treat with the utilitarian metal chairs and pendant lights. Remember, however, that raw brickwork may be more draughty, especially if it’s an exterior wall.Need more inspiration? Discover the beauty of exposed brickwork in this chic kitchen
Kate Burt added this to Is it Over for Open-plan Kitchens?
“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

What Houzzers are commenting on:

dunnjessica92 added this to Mummy House
Wooden kitchen surfaces, slightly difference wood tone
Rob Rob added this to robertewalsh's ideas
possible kitchen extension (reversed/mirrored)
simply_stephanie added this to simply_stephanie's ideas
All tile wall and butcher block counter
ETC Curious Curios added this to Industrial Lighting for the Contemporary Home
Factory meets domestic living in the home of today.
Maureen added this to mjmandy36's ideas
colour scheme, natural materials, working area along one wall. Table might be better near window.

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