Green Industrial Galley Kitchen – The Brief
When designing a beautiful kitchen, we look out for opportunities to inject continuity. It creates a subtle sense of balance and calm, tying the look of a room together. In this case, we found that opportunity in the oak: primarily used as a worktop, we used the excess cuts to create bench seating and a desk, too. Echoing down the galley, the oak helps the transition from kitchen-to-living space flow seamlessly.
Lighting was important here. We chose the perfect sconces and pendants to give the fun, industrial vibe that our clients had been looking for. We didn’t want to interrupt the flow of light with heavy cabinetry, so we chose open shelving, which is versatile enough for storage or display.
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Our clients are enjoying their kitchen and will feedback soon
Range – Fisher & Paykel OR90LDBGFX3 90cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker
Fridge/Freezer – Existing
Dishwasher – Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher Drawers Freestanding (DD60DH17)
Hood – Fisher & Paykel HC90BCXB2
Sink – Stereo Single Bowl 650mm wide, Stainless Steel
Tap – Perrin & Rowe Ionian with Etruscan Spout Finish, Pewter
Jane Denton was the main Designer on this project, she has since left the company. All projects are worked on collaboratively with the whole design team and Sam was also involved in this project, if you have any queries on this project then please get in touch.