That gigantic mirror is a spectacular find. And to make it even better they have hung that scrumptious black wreath in front.....and I love all the metallic pieces on the coffee table...
There is a bike hanging from the ceiling! The obvious parking space of course!
Lots of shiny elements to bounce through the light from that massive wall of windows.
In my last house (the best house on the planet) I had unfitted units in a galley configuration, just steel and all open to the room. I also had a great table like this in the centre. It is a table that my brother Ben bought years ago to draw his architecture plans up on, but I stole it in anticipation that it would make the best kitchen island bench one day. It was made for my loft and worked perfectly.
It is now a drinks table outside in my parent's garden - It gets put to good use in the summer when it is warm enough to venture outside...I didn't have a stunningly large bath sized butlers sink with a tiny mirrored tile splash back like this, but would love to one day. And the relaxed curtain underneath is perfect to soften all the industrial lines.
Galvanised iron in the bathroom is the best! Utilitarian materials used in unexpected ways is always a surprising design tool - works fabulously here, don't you agree?