Loft Apartment Notting HillIndustrial Kitchen, London

Alexis Hamilton

Photo of a mid-sized industrial single-wall separate kitchen in London with wood benchtops, white splashback, subway tile splashback and no island. —  Houzz
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john_kairnjohn_kairn wrote:19December,2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    deidreannsmith
    Deirdre Avenell added this to Picture Perfect: 50 Heritage-Style Kitchens From Around the World22 May 2018

    15. Straight lines. London, UK

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways to Make the Most of a Single-wall Kitchen3 May 2017

    Make space for a tableThe owners of this rectangular cook space could have chosen a galley layout, but that would have ruled out a dining area. Instead, they’ve opted for a run of units along one wall, which has allowed them to include an ample table for guests. To give the room a balanced look, the black chairs and timber table replicate the dark units and wooden worktop opposite. The table is large, but there’s still enough space to position a roomy larder next to it.

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 9 Ways to Love Living in Your Flat13 November 2016

    Don’t scrimp on life’s pleasuresDon’t let a lack of space hold you back from having guests over. A smaller kitchen than you might have on the ground floor of a house can still accommodate dinner with friends. This narrow space, for example, has units on one side and a long dining table on the other, pulled out only when it’s needed. There’s plenty of room for the owners to hold a dinner party for eight, or even 10 guests. In smaller spaces still, in a similar, occasional, vein, options might include a drop-leaf table, a round table, a built-in booth or tucked-away bench seating with storage.

    annexaviera
    Anne Benoit added this to How Functional Are These Trending Kitchen Features?24 September 2016

    No Upper CabinetsHow many of us actually need our upper cabinets? Not that many, it would seem. The latest trend is to stow (almost) everything below waist level (and, if necessary, install an open shelf or two).What’s the appeal? Less is more with this trend. If you have an open-plan home, the kitchen can feel more fluid without the bulk of upper cabinets.Is it functional? One of the benefits of not having upper cabinets is the increased light. A clear space above your benchtop is more enjoyable to work at. On the other hand, if constantly bending over is a problem for you, then this might not be the ideal choice. Your kitchen items might also be stretched out over more floorspace as a result, leading to a bit more back and forth across the kitchen as you gather what you need. An open shelf or two for the things you use frequently is a good work-around for both issues.

    cherylfreedman
    Cheryl Freedman added this to Bare Your Home's Soul With Exposed Brick13 July 2016

    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.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    tracey_bivins
    Tracey Bivins added this to Kitchen ideas19 March 2022

    I like the overall look:floor, brick, industrial table feel etc

    elizabeth_jensen3609
    Elizabeth Jensen added this to master suite1 March 2022

    brick wall with dark cabinets and medium wood

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