Remodeling Recipe: Get the Look of a Modern London Flat Kitchen

Remodeling Recipe: Get the Look of a Modern London Flat Kitchen

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Dabney Frake
May 10, 2016

Jane and Jeremy's London flat is chock full of beautiful old-world details, including high ceilings, vast windows, and oak parquet floors. When they remodeled, it was a compromise between Jane's minimalist, monochromatic design aesthetic, and Jeremy's bold and quirky style. Let's break it down, and show how they succeeded, shall we?

(Image credit: Dabney Frake)

RESOURCES

  1. Studded Rubber Floor Tiles; $4.13 from Home Depot
  2. Dimity Off-Black Paint from Farrow & Ball; $99 per gallon
  3. Vintage PH5 Louis Poulsen Lamp; $850 from 1st Dibs
  4. Reclaimed Wood Box Shelf; $129 from West Elm
  5. Silestone Quartz Countertop Sample in White Diamond; $9.95 from Home Depot
  6. Liberty Hardware Satin Nickel Pulls from; $1.45 each from Hardware for Less
  7. Dervish 2 Light Wall Sconce by Eurofase; $192 from Wayfair
  8. RINGHULT Gray Cabinet Doors; various from IKEA
  9. Black Square Tile; $.89 each from Home Depot
  10. Blanco Alta Single Handle Deck Mounted Kitchen Faucet; $419 from Wayfair
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