Victorian Railway CarriageScandinavian Kitchen, London
Photo: Chris Snook © 2015 Houzz
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Ceramics. If you’re not quite brave enough for bright cabinets and walls, you can still do the indie kitchen with a neutral backdrop. In this majorly cute converted Victorian railway car, a coordinated collection of ceramics adds color, life and whimsy, as do the matching tea towel and stool.
The stainless steel kitchen countertop acts as a nice contrast to the teak used elsewhere in the house. “It also looks a bit like the worktops in a fishmonger’s,” says Hampshire, “so it feels fitting.”