Thames-side Apartment A pied-a-terre in an Edwardian mansion block in Chelsea, designed with Adam Bray; a space for cooking and entertaining. Spitalfields cupboards with our Folgate doors are painted in ‘Mash’ and embellished with rich hand-cast ironmongery, all sitting handsomely beneath fossil stone worktops with an elegant edge detail.

A row of glazed wall cupboards crowned with a Georgian cornice, give a tempting glimpse of silver and brassware… carefully stored for the not-so-everyday. Wide pull-out drawers give plentiful storage for pots, pans and utensils. A coffee machine and all other breakfast necessaries are neatly concealed within the tall larder cupboard, positioned for convenience next to the integrated fridge; all perfectly handy for the morning. An open plate rack sits to the side of the Butler’s sink with antique brass hooks for hanging tea & coffee cups.

Deservedly, sitting centre of the room, is a charming patisserie table with a marble top that can be moved to make space for parties.

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