London Townhouse Kitchen

By 21st May 2015 GRK No Comments

This project was completed for a repeat customer who returned to us at GRK after having an extension built onto their existing kitchen. All of the cabinetry from the old kitchen was reused in the new one, resulting in minimal waste.


An expansive light filled kitchen with island and full height cabinets providing ample storage for a busy family…


The beautiful bespoke cabinetry was handpainted and finished with chrome knobs and pull handles, accentuating the appliances.


Tall cabinets maximise the full height of this period townhouse.



Bi fold doors blur the lines between the interior and exterior, further expanding the perception of space.



The kitchen island houses a great deal of storage space, in addition to the sink and dishwasher.



Stainless steel and chrome fixtures and appliances compliment the subtle use of colour in this modern kitchen.



A wine fridge provides ample wine storage for this large, sociable space, ready for entertaining guests.



Curved doors on the end cabinets and at each end of the kitchen island improve the ergonomic flow in this large kitchen diner.


This huge bespoke larder cabinet is fitted with ample spice racks and useful fruit and vegetable baskets.



Every element of the design and all of the accessories blend seamlessly in this light and airy kitchen.



This kitchen provides its owners with the ultimate backdrop for socialising and entertaining, making use of both the interior and exterior space.



As well as being visually stunning, this kitchen was designed to be highly functional and practical. Every element and area has been carefully positioned for optimum convenience.


Double sink with mixer tap and Quooker hot water tap.


The sleek design and subtle use of tone make this busy kitchen feel homely and relaxing.



Light floods this contemporary space and the extensive view of the garden connects the interior and exterior of this beautiful home seamlessly.



This bespoke dining table was constructed in Walnut wood and houses yet more useful storage.




A feature wall behind the table has been painted with a different colour, complimenting the artwork and the rest of the space as well as defining the dining area as a focal point in its own right.