This period property in South West London was completely modernised and refurbished by Blackhaus Developments to create a new family home. Extreme was appointed to collaborate with Blackhaus and the end clients to design and install the open-plan kitchen.
The kitchen design is born from the ambition to create an elegant contemporary kitchen for socialising and entertaining. Influenced by the interior design scheme by Calla & Stone, the timber kitchen features a linear design with refined natural materials and elegant neutral tones.
Organic materials and neutral tones form the foundation of the kitchen design palette to create an elegant, timeless family space. The natural timber doors are complemented by granite surfaces, bronze mirror and bronze cube handles.
As passionate coffee aficionados, our clients envisioned an extraordinary barista haven. The coffee station comes complete with a second sink boasting the convenience of a boiling water tap with a generous worktop to accommodate an array of coffee appliances effortlessly.
The coffee station surface exudes warmth with its rich, handcrafted timber, treated with a custom stain to achieve the exact hue. Elsewhere, the kitchen hosts a top-tier glass washer and a barista cleaner, offering all the must-have features to get creative and craft barista-quality beverages in the comfort of their own home.
STONE BLOCK ISLAND
The island assumes a striking, cubic form that seamlessly integrates seating for a capacity of up to five people. Our clients held a deep affinity for the stone featured in their former home and wished to bring this feature into their new space. On a visit to the stone yard, they took a hands-on approach to select the granite that best suited their vision – a sophisticated and neutrally patterned stone reminiscent of their past kitchen.