Barnes Family HomeTransitional Kitchen, London

Chris Snook

Design ideas for a transitional eat-in kitchen in London with shaker cabinets, solid surface benchtops, with island, grey floor, grey cabinets and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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Julie Butterworth added this to Pro Panel: How to Connect Your Indoor and Outdoor Spaces7 November 2019

“If you have rear and basement extensions, it might be possible to dig the garden down to basement level, so it becomes more of a light well,” says Fletcher. “We did this in a UK project in Chelsea. We painted the walls white to match the inside of the house and installed a cantilevered staircase to the rear, so the space became a continuation of the interior.” Alternatively, Jones suggests, you could have a children’s play area along the back of the house. “That way, the kids could play outdoors, but be seen and supervised [by the adults] in the kitchen.”

Amanda Pollard added this to London Houzz Tour: A Tranquil Period Home Updated for Family Life8 April 2019

Images by Chris SnookHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A woman and her two small childrenLocation: West London, UKSize: A three-storey Victorian townhouse with five bedrooms and three bathroomsDesigner: Beth Dadswell of Imperfect InteriorsBuilder: Surrey Hills ConstructionThe owner of this beautiful period property had already hired a builder when she brought in Beth Dadswell to design the interior, and an architect had drawn up basic floor plans for the kitchen. “So we pretty much had a blank canvas,” says Dadswell. “The owner had a brilliant builder and was very open to ideas, so it was a really great job to work on.”The designer was keen to emphasise the elegant features of the property, while also making the home suitable for a young family. Period elements were all restored, radiators were replaced with cast-iron column versions, and the whole house was rewired and replumbed.

Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 30 Kitchen-Dining Areas From Around the Globe19 July 2018

1. Location: London, UKFeatures: A sunny nook with a garden outlook.

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Jesse Llande added this to My ideas21 June 2020

Relationship with garden, glass ceiling,

Krystyna Sobon added this to My ideas14 June 2020

Slightly crazy idea - snug starting before the table - shelves etc dividing space / TV stand? Books - will garden view be loath

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