Hampstead Garden Suburb,
A rare solid stone island; the ‘Taj Mahal’ stone is elegantly used here to make a bold statement, just like Taj Mahal in India was built to represent the beauty of Shah Jahan’s wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The stone is set with the dark back drop of the ‘Smoked Barrel Oak’ to heighten not only the beauty of the stone but of the wood too.
A forever classic. The stone, the dark wood and the floor tell a forever changing story as the bright light floods the kitchen. The warm natural tones create the look sought after by all. A kitchen perfectly designed and married with the ever perfect materials.
The rich veined stone, the french mitred herringbone floor and the dark wood are the perfect ingredients for such an inviting, vibrant yet modern space. The incorporated dining at the end of the island ensures the kitchen is the hub for all events.
A deep blue Eggermann kitchen with the subtle detail of white worktops and ...
The bathrooms offers a glimpse of the creativity with the use of tiles and ...
An Eggersmann kitchen effortlessly blended with a stunning dining table. Th...