Queen’s Park,
London

Prepare yourself for a journey. The interest created by the use of wood is exemplary. The designers vision is quite truly remarkable. The kitchen space is small yet feels so spacious as every, however small space, has been utilised.

The island provides the practical and functional space that is required. The limitation on the size of the island does not matter as it serves to create a flow and great energy within the kitchen. The raised wall over the sink provides the much needed shelter of the sink area particularly when entertaining.

The use of tiles in both brick and chevron effect impact not only the appearance of the tile but creates the necessary tone for the kitchen. The use tiles is as consistent as the use of wood creating a calming & soothing feel to the kitchen.

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