After changing the loft to create more space and cleaning up the family bathroom, the owner of this apartment in North London began to focus on the kitchen. She wanted to increase the kitchen spaces to prepare for a family that was getting bigger. The original way the kitchen was designed simply would not work for various reasons. One reason is the kitchen had a door that led to a small space near the garden, which was too chilly to use during the colder months.
- A Londoner with a need to remodel her kitchen had innate design features to overcome, including that her kitchen was originally two rooms.
- The kitchen was also attached to an annex space, intended for laundry use, that made the room very cold.
- Opting for high gloss, grey kitchen units made the available space appear larger, while using a smaller than usual island created storage, without overwhelming the space.
“After converting the loft to create more space and renovating the family bathroom, the owner of this three-bedroom apartment in North London turned her attention to the kitchen. She wanted to to improve the kitchen and dining spaces to accommodate a growing family.”