EALING, London

Colour deficiency is prominent typecast marring modern kitchens; they are predominantly black or white or a combination of the two. Romans Haus is too eager to challenge stereotypes, break status quos, and create special places with special connotation for special people. We have been doing it for the past two decades with skills and commitment, as our record speaks for itself. We chose this property in Ealing as the site for experimentation, where the owner desired transforming the Classic Edwardian property into three luxury apartments. Like we always do, pull off the project according to the client’s exact brief with minimum of fuss.

Bauformat, the globally recognized leader in German built-in kitchens, was preferred for its minimalistic predilection. The kitchen apparently has all the ingredients of a typical Bauformat Kitchen – silky lines, neat facades, stylish storage and intelligent workspace – striking a balance between aesthetic and function. The colour experimentation is profound in the cabinetry, featuring a blend of Sonoma oak and gloss white finish. The colour combination is sympathetic to the off-white walls and roof, rendering distinctiveness and sophistication to the kitchen. The cabinetry is deliberately kept tall for better storage, and handle-less for a minimalistic look.

Bosch appliances are increasingly becoming a common fixture across our projects. Our preference is based more on rationality than emotion, as these appliances deliver on style and performance, and hence are the mainstay of modern kitchens. In this case, a double oven with stainless steel body and matching handles expertly superimposed on the cabinetry for reasons of aesthetics and convenience. The chimney is obscured by the cabinetry while the metallic finish of the refrigerator blends harmoniously with the surroundings. The scope for natural light is ample with a roof window allowing aplenty penetration of sunlight into the kitchen premises.

Our strictly minimalistic approach to kitchen design is manifested by the classic quartz carrera worktop. The deftly engineered worktop resembles marble in appearance and quartz in performance, making it a coveted material for kitchens where looks, durability and hygiene are prioritised. The single basin sink with the Franke pull out tap is yet another extension of the overarching contemporary kitchen design that our esteemed patron yearned for.

Customer converted this Classic Edwardian property in the heart of Ealing into three luxury apartments. Bauformat Kitchen Alongside Bosch Appliances, Franke Pull Out tap, Classic Quartz Carrera Worktop.

Door Finish : Sonoma Oak with Gloss White.