London-based purveyor Arteim creates bespoke environments that deliberately shorten the distance between living and kitchen spaces. The company’s suite of artisan-made pieces carry traces of nostalgia—think glass vitrines sporting polished gold metalwork, scullery tables, butlers sinks with sleek material updates, and unique specialties, like charcuterie cabinets. The balance is in modern deployment for real life. The Oilcloth island from the Epoch collection, for example, doubles as a work surface and dining table. It can feature any veined natural stone and metal, though Artiem’s embrace of eclecticism leaves room for more.