This beautiful Victorian home had been completely gutted by the homeowners and needed a clean start.
The designers, tasked with reviving the space, were asked to create a contemporary style kitchen that maximised the modest space available, while also providing plenty of storage. Careful consideration of the floor plan was undertaken to orient everything in the best way possible, creating this spacious and highly functional kitchen.
To keep the space looking open and reduce the appearance of any clutter, clever use of internal drawer systems behind the cabinets added more functional storage room. Similarly, the appliances were all integrated to make for a minimalist profile to let the textures and colours stand out. The induction stovetop and dual wall-mounted ovens in the cooking area are close together, making for a more streamlined process when it’s food prep time. Grey concrete throughout adds a moody atmosphere that’s complemented by the smaller touches, like the dark Pepe tapware.
The stunning parquet flooring is both a focal point and a nod to the home’s origins. The finished product of this contemporary style kitchen offers utility and beauty, flowing seamlessly into the adjacent living area.
Design Debra Collins
Build Nobilia Kitchens
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