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Here is a sneak peek of recently photographed kitchens which will soon be featured in interiors magazines. (We hold off sharing the whole project until it has been published in the press.)

Kensington Kitchen

Thanks to the passion and vision of the homeowners, who fell in love with a rundown and neglected mid-century house in the heart of London, this characterful building was brought to life by Nash Baker Architects. The kitchen includes a wall of Cherry veneer cabinetry, with a double-doored larder and shelf nook which hides a structural pillar. The steel worktops and two sinks give an industrial feel to the room and appliance-wise this is a kitchen kitted out for some serious cooking.

Islington Townhouse Kitchen

This family kitchen is on the ground floor of a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse. Working with architect Studio Pike, the homeowners negotiated strict planning laws to join the kitchen and dining room together and used Pluck’s cabinetry to create a continuity between the two spaces. The kitchen includes coral pink Ritzy cabinetry, a recycled glass Resilica with Farrow & Ball’s Setting Plaster walls and featured in an article on ‘colour drenched’ interiors in the Sunday Times .The dining room is London Plane with Atlantic Blue accents, the latter hue is echoed in the kitchen cabinetry too.

Hampstead Garden Suburb Kitchen

This kitchen belongs to a couple with a passion for cooking and sharing food from around the world. Set in a semi-detached house in a beautiful protected area of North London, the cabinetry is Brockwell Moss with a Ritzy island and London Plane larder. The design incorporates cutting-edge appliances, including a bespoke cupboard for a commercial grade self-cleaning oven. The original Arts and Crafts steel framed windows are painted black for a dramatic contrast with the white walls.

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