Often times the facade of a house does not give a hint as to what you find inside. Not to say this wasn’t a nice looking house from the outside but when I got to this 1930’s pebble dashed house in North London I did not expect to see the amazing kitchen extension that spanned the whole of the width of this fairly wide plot. Three sets of crittall doors opened across the back to a patio area, raised lawn and gorgeous home office room. The kitchen’s focal point is three large rose gold pendant lights over the island and then hints of industrial touches in the wall lights. Elegant plant holders, and an eclectic mix of furniture in the seating area add to the well thought out design of the space which all worked really well together.