This ultimate indoor-outdoor kitchen is a part of a semidetached Victorian house in Dulwich, south London.
If you wish to know how to double a kitchen, look at this project. The owners added a wall of folding glass doors, and then mixed a garden and terrace into one integral space. The results are stunning.
When the owners want the garden to become an instant extension of the kitchen, they simply fold back the huge glass doors. Both indoor and outdoor spaces have concrete flooring that blurs the lines between them.
The garden itself is tiered and smartly divided into two premises. The owners use the lower level as a barbecue and lounging area and the upper level serves as a low-maintenance green garden. The entire space is enclosed by slatted wood fencing.
The center of the kitchen is a nice marble kitchen island with waterfall edges made in minimalistic style.
There are plenty of storage places in the kitchen. They are seamlessly built above and below the sink and along the backsplash.
The dining zone is exquisitely set up at the wall covered with black panels. The owners linked the light and the dark parts of the room by installing a wooden table painted like tuxedo – in black and white. There are also two classic wood chairs paired with a molded plastic chair.
The lines between indoor and outdoor spaces are also blurred by counter seating and a sofa made in black and white. The monochrome palette is balanced by nice wooden fencing around the garden.