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Nifty Victorian Home Addition: Oak, Concrete, Exposed Brick and a Whole Lot of Glass

Stoke Newington in North London is one of those fabulous neighborhoods that seems to combine modernity and a happening nightlife with remnants on its historic past and Victorian architecture that seems to transport you back in time. It is here that one finds this fabulous home addition to an ageing Victorian residence that has been unsurprisingly dubbed Stoke Newington House. Designed by Material Works Architecture, the smart rear extension is as much a fusion of the old and the new as the locality it sis in with exposed brick walls and cozy oak being combined with polished concrete and glass to offer the best of both worlds!

Exposed brick walls, polished concrete floor and oak finishes find space next to one another inside this London home

The rear extension aims to bring light into the house while upgrading the kitchen both aesthetically and functionally. A large roof light makes the biggest different to the ambiance of the interior in here with the old dark and dreary kitchen turning into a cheerful and bright place where everyone in the family can gather and have a lovely meal. Custom laminated plywood cabinets coupled with oak accents shape the kitchen backdrop while a new island adds to its storage capabilities. A lovely oak window seat gives those inside a space to rest and relax as they enjoy the sights and sounds of the garden outside.

Modern rear addition for Stoke Newington House designed by Material Works Architecture in London
Oak beams support the large roof light that transforms this kitchen
Smart rear extension of Victorian home in London with modern kitchen that has a bespoke window seat
Custom oak window of the rear extension brings light into the modern kitchen
Dining area under the roof light of the kitchen gives you the experience of eating outdoors
Lovely extensive roof light of the kitchen brings natural light into an aging Victorian home

Reclaimed bricks from local projects connect the new addition with the old Victorian home visually while a polished concrete floor, smart lighting and modern décor complete this contemporary section of the classic British residence. [Photography: Gautier Houba]

Fabulous bluish-gray central island of the spacious new kitchen with roof light
Gorgeous kitchen cabinets in laminated plywood along with oak accents
Kitchen cabinets in plywood with neutral hues along with warm oak accents
Accents of oak veneer bring class and coziness to the kitchen cabinets in plywood laminate
Floor plan of the Victorian home in London with a smart new rear addition
Sectional view of the altered Stoke Newington House in London

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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