Queen Margaret’s Court
A tiny kitchen in a north London flat has been re-configured to make better use of the space and to increase storage and countertop space.
Best use was made of difficult angles to create shelving and attention was made to details such as kettle sizes, toaster sizes etc to make sure that all storage created would be useful but not compromise the space. As a result, despite having deeper worktops and more cupboards than the original space, the kitchen feels larger and brighter. The use of colour and pattern was crucial to the space and was used to tie it in with the entrance hallway.