The design brief for this complete renovation and extension of a Victorian house in Belsize Park was for the project to be eco-friendly using natural materials, to create a beautifully relaxed family home that could take the wear and tear of living with teenagers.
The kitchen was to be designed with extended shelving with natural, sustainable and modern materials that would sit comfortably within this eco-friendly environment and most importantly wear well. This bespoke kitchen was made meticulously to Cave Interior’s design drawings using sawn cut oak to give it a natural & textural finish. Raw materials such as scaffold pipes for the shelving housing the crockery & glassware were used for recycling purposes and the curved edge bookcase was made from reclaimed oak. This further enhanced the organic approach that the clients expressly desired. The paint colours and textural materials helped to complete the look of this warm, nature inspired kitchen. The results of the interior design have given the clients the eco-friendly, hard wearing and beautifully relaxed kitchen as briefed. A rainwater harvester was also included to further enhance their natural living.
This project was one based on the success of a project on the same road, and Cave Interiors were instructed as the interior designers to extend, remodel and completely renovate the whole of this Victorian house in Belsize Park, London alongside Webb Architects. The challenge here was to create something very different stylistically within a very similar structure to the previous project.