ArtHouse feel privileged that their studio has been recognised worldwide, as a prestigious Kitchen Interior Design practice.

With any period property, there are sometimes challenges to face when adapting the house to work with modern day living. We suggested the idea to open the window into patio doors, making use of the small courtyard to the back of the property. This was something that the client hadn’t considered, but it was a feature that has enhanced the whole kitchen space. Creating a large, biophilic design that floods in natural light.

The minimal, urban design concept suits the Victorian architecture of the property and studwork accentuates the high ceilings. The Black Quooker boiling tap and the Bora glass induction hob with integrated extractor both of which enabled the client to achieve the sleek and uncluttered look she desired.

Contrasting cabinetry add depth to the room & the Black furniture handles, appliances & tap complement the contrast. Adding a more urban element to the space, we adapted the plinth legs to give the island the illusion of being freestanding and the matching concrete Quartz worktop on the low-level dining table can be moved around for entertaining as well, giving the client a better social kitchen that is perfect for her family.