The Purbeck Kitchen
Scandinavian crittal style oasis in London
The first thing that strikes you when you walk into this kitchen is our impeccable bespoke crittall style cabinets in a cool stone tone. Further on, you notice the large kitchen island, wrapped in a matt veined porcelain surface and saw-marked oak panels, with a discreet sink and two matching brass faucets, curving like a pair of swans. This kitchen looks and feels London-luxurious, yet carries the light-heartedness of a true Scandinavian home.
The Purbeck Kitchen is the heart of The Purbeck Project, set in a terraced house in Battersea, London. The four-story house showcases the craftsmanship of Neil Norton Design, with meticulous attention to detail and a harmonious blend of materials and bespoke furniture throughout.
The choice of using a porcelain surface in the kitchen was a clear winner for our client. Its aesthetic, versatility and reasonable price made it an obvious selection as it creates a warm and classy look.
The handles, faucets, power sockets, and door handles are all in matching brass finishes, adding a little sparkle amongst the cool tones of the crittall style cabinets. Furthermore, the kitchen features two skylights and floor-to-ceiling glass doors that seamlessly connect the interior with the garden, flooding the space with natural light.
We take pride in the selection of appliances, opting for the Italian high-end brand Barazza in a sleek matt black finish. The cooker is complemented by a built-in extraction fan, ensuring a neat and open space during family tea-time.
This calming space is a testament to our commitment to delivering exceptional design solutions tailored to our clients' unique preferences, taste and requirements. A little Scandinavian oasis amongst the Edwardian buildings of London.