South London couple, Cookie and Sophie’s sympathetic restoration of their stunning Edwardian terrace involved updating their open style kitchen and living space to ensure it was fit for modern family life, while retaining its arts-and-crafts style.
Plywood cabinets in honey yellow, olive green tiles and a solid wood island centrepiece offer a nature inspired aesthetic that’s reflective of the movement and which works well in the light-filled space. Quartz worksurfaces in white ensure the kitchen is both stylish and functional.
A chrome filter tap provides and stainless steel single bowl undermount sink create a discreet yet practical sink space that complements the kitchen’s beautiful period features.
The kitchen was featured on Channel 4’s property makeover series, George Clarke’s Old House, New Home.
Franke’s Vital Capsule Filter tap in chrome and gunmetal was selected for its wellbeing and environmental benefits and was paired with a single bowl undermount sink in stainless steel, which features a hygienic overflow, ideal for a busy family home.
Photography by Annabel Moeller www.annabelmoellerphotography.com