Rachel Khoo has put her own little Paris-style kitchen on the market for £665,000.
The TV chef – who rose to fame with her BBC series The Little Paris Kitchen and is now co-host of Netflix baking reality series Zumbo's Just Desserts – designed the open plan apartment in north-west London inspired by her time living in the French capital as a Cordon Bleu student.
Khoo said: “For the design of this home I wanted to focus on functionality and beauty, a home designed for urban living. I think lockdown restrictions are making Londoners re-evaluate the functionality of their homes and any ‘wasted space’ such as bedrooms that could be more flexible, an element of European design that I love.
“The centrepiece of the home is undoubtedly the kitchen, which has real soul, it is a wonderful space to cook in. Here I have hosted everything from cookery workshops, to brunches for food writers, to dinners for my friends.
“I think this apartment is perfect for a young professional who wants an adaptable live-work space, or someone who adores cooking who wants a statement kitchen to call their own. As a chef the kitchen is the most important room for me, and this kitchen is truly the heart of the home.”
Khoo has filmed recipes for her YouTube channel in the stylish kitchen.
The Croydon-born chef grew up in south London and moved to Paris in 2006 to study a Le Cordon Bleu school.
She rose to fame after publishing her bestselling recipe book The Little Paris Kitchen, which coincided with her first series on BBC in 2012.
The celebrity cook has relocated to Stockholm after marrying Swedish husband Robert Wiktorin. They have two sons, born in 2017 and 2019.
Last year Khoo published My Swedish Kitchen and filmed a TV series of the same name.
The two-bedroom flat is on the market with Dexters Kensal Rise.