Victorian Terrace in IslingtonEclectic Kitchen, London
The new bifold doors open up the space to the newly terraced garden (Miria Harris). The kitchen space is not huge but has everything you need and is great for entertaining inside and out.
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To blur the boundary between inside and out, the French window plus fixed glazing combination of the extension was exchanged for bifold doors. Meanwhile, the white-painted roof rafters were refinished in an anthracite shade to match the bifolds, giving the space a contemporary facelift.Outside, the redesigned garden uses Portland stone underfoot, and after visiting the quarry and viewing different options, designer and homeowner opted to use the same stone for the kitchen floor. “We wanted the feel of the kitchen running into the garden,” Sarah says.Underneath the artwork on the far left of the photo, you can just see the new understairs storage that matches the kitchen cabinetry. The deep cupboard stashes items such as the ironing board, keeping them accessible from the kitchen.Portland stone flooring, Albion Stone. Fridge and oven, Sub-Zero.Find other ideas for taking flooring from indoors to out.