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A London residence by Kingston Lafferty Design

I am a huge fan of the unique, eclectic style of Dublin-based interior architecture and design firm Kingston Lafferty. This project is filled with random awesomeness, including glimpses into a dreamy kitchen. The brief was to create a cooking/dining experience that felt like a buzzing restaurant. The aim of the kitchen/dining area design is to add some excitement, fun and design flair within the existing walls of the house. Photos: Barbara Corsico

(More Kingston Lafferty goodness here, here and here)

Reader Comments (4)

There were a lot of features I loved but not the potrack? Really? Potracks are ugly and tacky no matter whose house they're in. And then to hang plants with the pots was even tackier. Thanks.

2 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLulu

Love the color of the kitchen cabinets with the copper pots. Love the potrack. Love the floral sofa, but please add lots more art on the walls in that room in addition to the flamingo picture. Love the stunning blue bookshelf with the red chair, the plants and the yellow lampshades. Fresh and fun!

3 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterBeth

And I love that while it's so modern, whimsical and colourful it still manages to be a little elegant and the ceilings get to be white!

3 Aug 2017 | Unregistered Commenteratma

I love this kitchen.

7 Aug 2017 | Unregistered Commenterombia

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