A beautiful, classic yet contemporary look, that showcases how good design, combined with high quality elements and good taste, is the perfect mix for a stunning kitchen that will look fabulous for many years to come. Stylish yet practical, with all mod cons and inclusions, nothing in this space has been overlooked. Reeded glass panels for the wall units together with the ‘Shaker’ Style doors, V-groove panels on the island, cup handles and Butler’s (or Farmhouse) sink, evoke a bygone era that teams perfectly with the beautiful doors leading into the walk-in pantry, and make for that special touch that sets this kitchen apart. The timber shelves adorned with greenery nicely soften the look too. They also add that third colour to the palette which is an essential element in any room to ensure the look is not too monochrome, and helps to both balance and bind the whole. The unusual fluted rangehood, and iconic stove, add yet another dimension to the whole. The distressed metal of the pendant lights, hand-in hand with Caesarstone’s beautiful ‘Fresh Concrete’ benchtop, complete the look. Overall, the effect is charming, comforting and at the same time elegant, refined, a little quirky, and instantly identifiable as bespoke.
The island, which boasts ample comfortable seating, as well as a retractable power outlet, means the island is not only a great place for prepping, it also allows for a laptop or tablet to be plugged in for work, study or entertainment. Note the table style legs on the island, is reminiscent of the original kitchen table in the kitchen space, that used to be the norm in farmhouse style kitchens (a feature that is currently seeing a resurgence). The skylight above ensures the space will not want for natural light, and allows for the timber floors to be nicely highlighted.
As if all this were not enough, the delightful Butler’s pantry, with the beautiful barn-style opening doors, is the proverbial cherry on top!