Located in a Victorian building in London from 1846, this spacious kitchen was designed by deVOL Kitchens, who make traditional kitchens. This time it’s no exception.
The floors and the ceiling are covered with light wooden boards with a rustic look to make the room cozier, while the kitchen color is green and the walls are kept the same shade to make the decor more harmonious.
The kitchen model is called Shaker and features beautifully understated furniture inspired by authentic Shaker carpentry and known for their functionality, innovative carpentry and craftsmanship. Mortise and tenon joints add strength to our shaker doors and fascia, while modular production keeps prices down. Doors and bezels are all made from a hardwood called tulip wood, while the cabinets are made from high quality birch plywood. A strong and water-repellent material, ideal for shaker kitchens that are designed for contemporary living. A final coat of paint by hand and beautiful handles and knobs round off a timelessly painted Shaker kitchen that will retain style and function for many years.
The backsplash is covered in marble and the lamps are vintage lamps with an industrial flair. There’s an antique closet, vintage sofa, and some beautiful vintage artwork that really takes us to Victorian England.