A Petite Pink and Green Kitchen in Kennington

This house  is unique – a self-build constructed in the 1990s, with quirky proportions that OWA Architects were tasked with remodelling to create generous living spaces and ‘to embrace the garden as part of daily life at the house’. The rear extension significantly increased the ground floor space, which now feels light and open with a spacious open plan dining area. The kitchen – a small and perfectly formed element of the space – has a galley design. The green of the external facade is echoed here with Bonnington Green cabinetry. London Plane adds some softness and texture and pops of coral pink Ritzy are used playfully on the drawer fronts and recessed handles.  Though small, the design incorporates all that is needed for a practical kitchen, including a larder and ample storage elsewhere. It has a logical layout, making the most of the natural light from the end window.
Photographer: French + Tye