An L-shaped Oak veneered bartop creates a social seating arrangement at the end of the island. Perfect for talking with the cook or enjoying a coffee and reading the paper. Above the island the bulkhead ceiling features a 'flush-fit' extractor and hidden LED illumination.
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A small workspace with space-saving pocket doors is concealed in a kitchen cupboard in this Victorian terrace house in west London by Clare Stevenson and Claire Sa, from architectural practice De Rosee Sa.
Shaker style oak cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball Mole's Breath for the island and Purbeck Stone for the base cabinets. The island worktop of oak contrast nicely to the base cabinet worktop of Australian Juparana Sandstone. The high ceilings provide clean lines and light. Above the Falcon range cooker is an Elibloc hood that was custom built.