I am totally in love with this kitchen I found in a British location home via Shoot Factory. Built in 1864 this Victorian regency house has beautiful architectural details of that period but this modern and minimalist wood kitchen is breathtaking. The juxtaposition of old and new here blends really well together. This glorious kitchen is by Blakes London.
What’s up with those stools tho’?!?!?!
Love how they use the same wood on the wall and the cabinetry. Stunning.
The polished floors and the room with high windows and crown moulding…sooo nice.
Re. the stools > my first thought was 'Oh, they're bee keepers…uh, wait a minute…'. 🙂
I assume some of those deep drawers in the counter by stove or in the island are refrigerated? Or maybe the trashcan stools are actually coolers?
What a beautiful house and I really like the colors.
Kitchen manufacturers details – http://blakeslondon.com/house-of-grey/
Would appreciate credit being paid.
Please could you pay where due.
Love the blog.
To Jamie Blake,
I imagine it would be tough task for DTI to credit all work seen in photos…particularly when the source doesn't specify.
But that you stepped-up and gave the information: super. Amazing kitchen.
Thanks for clarifying Jamie. Credit has now been mentioned in my intro. (I should have known – your kitchens always blow me away)
Thank you so much for the lovely blog post and write up. The cardboard stools for the kitchen where an in-between seating arrangement while the Carl Hansen chairs where being made. We where so excited with the design that we where slightly impatient to shoot it.
The photography is by Graham Atkinshughes http://www.grahamatkinshughes.com/
House of Grey have just finished shooting a new kitchen design soon to be launched.
Those floors are horrible! Something out of Beetlejuice!
It's a lovely house, and I adore the wood panelling – but it can't be Regency if it was built in 1864 🙂