When the couple living in this loft apartment opened up their home as a communal workspace, they needed to rethink the way they used and organised their kitchen. Everything looks a little different now, from the number of mugs in the sink to how they enjoy their lunches. However, even with all the changes and additions, this modern kitchen is still full of distinctive, personal touches that makes it feel like their own.
“Worktop space is key for a versatile kitchen like this. The kitchen island steps up to any occasion, from laying out lunch, to drinks in the evening.”
Hans Blomquist Interior designer
Hide and display
Storage is key in this kitchen. With loads of closed storage under the worktops and kitchen island, there is ample room for both personal and communal kitchen accessories and appliances. But not everything is packed away: hooks and rails offer easy access to pots, pans and utensils, and bring the space to life with a personal touch.
A marvellous mix and match
Just like everywhere else in the home, your kitchen can express who you are – not just in the delicious meals you prepare, but in the different styles you choose to embrace. This communal kitchen has an elegant and modern feel, warmed up with rich wooden worktops, a tiled backsplash and a variety of personal items on display, like antique silverware and artworks.