Nothing beats experienced, professional design, by a designer with a passion for their art, qualities clearly reflected in this beautiful kitchen. Attention to detail, and careful consideration of each element, together with extensive knowledge of materials, trends, and accessories, set this kitchen apart from what could have been your standard ‘white kitchen’.
The use of timber accents by way of open shelves, shadow-lines for the ‘handle-less’ look, as well as a defining shadow-line to ‘float’ the 20mm benchtop, and the long line handles on the hidden pantry, add a warm contrast to the cool Rugged Concrete engineered stone top and Polytec Classic White cabinets, and tie in beautifully with all of the other timber elements in the space.
Using part stone and part mirror for the splashback, is a smart use of the materials – the lower stone section is easy to clean, and the mirror not only helps to reflect the lovely view, it also adds depth and demonstrates that extra attention to detail.
The use of the Bora induction cooktop with built-in downdraft venting system is a clever choice when overhead ducting is not possible and teams well with the Siemens oven. It also assists in freeing up valuable storage space above the cooktop.
Plentiful drawers, and the use of the Blum Wave-lift overhead cabinet, means ergonomics and ease of use have not been overlooked. The clever pantry behind the Polytec Black Matt bi-fold doors, creates the perfect space to house the microwave, coffee machine and other small appliances, as well as creating a handy area for serving drinks, preparing a snack, and doing prep work.
The choice of comfortable island seating means guests can all enjoy the post-card outlook and team well with the black pantry.
The result is a smart, contemporary look, that not only looks fabulous, but is great to work in too.