Urban single-wall eat-in kitchen photo in London with blue backsplash, subway tile backsplash and black appliances

Clarendon Road

Industrial Kitchen, London

The kitchen has a stone resin floor, a good option to concrete flooring, as it is more durable and requires less maintenance. As the building is long and narrow the kitchen is contained to one side, and is packed with wall storage.
Urban single-wall eat-in kitchen photo in London with blue backsplash, subway tile backsplash and black appliances - Houzz
Sigmar
Sigmar
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Questions About This Photo (2)

Kite Interior Design wrote:September 5, 2013
  • stacey212
    6 years ago
    Hi! I love the chairs at the kitchen table. Can you tell me where they are from? Also - looks great with the banquette. Thanks!
  • hedgecoe
    3 years ago

    I am looking for this light fixture and cannot find it in the US. Do you perhaps know a resource that would still be stocking the pine cone fixture?

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Long narrow kitchen