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Kingham included an island to increase the sociability of the space. “It was mainly to do with the couple having small children,” he says. “We wanted to create a space where people could interact but that was also adaptable. The kids can sit up there and do homework without being shut away from the rest of the room.” Charlie Kingham | London
The countertop overhangs either end of the island, meaning both sides can function as seating areas if necessary. “It was all about keeping it flexible,” Kingham says, “but we wanted to locate the bar areas at the sides of the island rather than opposite the sink, as that would have obstructed the view through to the dining area.” Charlie Kingham | London
Although the kitchen is large, the clients still wanted to make efficient use of the space. “Most people think having a large kitchen is a godsend, but it can be just as difficult to make a large kitchen work well as a small one,” Kingham says. A ladder system allowed the designer to install cabinets all the way to the ceiling. When not in use, the ladder can be stored in its own box to prevent it from becoming a toy for the kids. The ladder and stools were custom made in antiqued oak for a naturally aged effect.