Kitchen of the Week: Cabinets Make a Bold Statement

This one-of-a-kind kitchen in a Victorian house is a testament to what can be achieved with a little bravery

When the owners of this Victorian terraced house in North London purchased the property, it was in a state of total disrepair. Their taste was traditional, but they were inspired by architect Melissa Robinson’s suggestion of a split-level reception area, with four floors over two stories (a basement, kitchen level, sitting room level and study level). “They were pretty brave and took a bit of a blind leap in trusting us,” Robinson says. The kitchen, on the second of the four floors, was to be something a little different from the rest of the traditional Victorian home.

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Sharon Chung

Sharon Chung

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