A while back Margot toured a 1768 Georgian row house in Deal, Kent, the current undertaking of artist, illustrator, and “serial house remodeler” Russell Loughlan (see The House on Dolphin Street: A Remodeling Tale of Tenacity and High Style). The remodel seemed, at times, nearly endless, with unseemly discoveries (rot, woodworms, a decaying structure), the details of which Russell chronicles via @thehouseondolphinst on Instagram.
Happily, the end result is color-saturated and very much rot-free. Today, inspired by the boldly two-tone kitchens we’ve been spotting of late, we’re taking a look at the kitchen, awash in turquoise and blue. Russell’s knack for unexpected palettes bodes well for his next venture: his own interior design studio, The House on Dolphin Street, color consulting included.
Join us for a look at his wholly transformed cook space.
Photography courtesy of Russell Loughlan.
For more colorful cook spaces we like, see:
- Kitchen of the Week: A “Forgotten” Kitchen in Frankfurt, Germany, Gets a Colorful Overhaul
- Steal This Look: A Polychromatic Dream Kitchen in Hackney, London
- Blue Streak: An Inventive, Postage Stamp-Sized Flat in the Center of Paris