The kitchen covers a wide space, framed by large floor to ceiling windows looking out to the river Thames, so the inside warranted a strong statement and Sally chose bold rust red cabinetry paired with slate grey and accents of black to beautifully tie in the space. A popular alternative to wall units is shelving and above the hob a bespoke piece frames the wall above the hob.
The countertops, windowsills, and upstands including the hob backsplash are Merope Silestone – a warm tone halfway between a luminous black and a dark brown that plays beautifully with the natural light as well as the various smart lights in the kitchen.
The cabinetry is handless, German and lends itself perfectly to showcase the space and afford all the storage solutions and integrated appliances you’d expect to have, but not see, in a modern kitchen. The BORA induction hob with integrated extractor was a must for this kitchen as was the black sink and tap. An imposing large island sits proudly in the centre of the kitchen and provides the perfect place to eat, prep, chat and enjoy the kitchen.