Chic and elegant, with coastal aesthetics contrasted with a pop of colour, this unique renovation makes the kitchen the centrepiece of the residence.
The team at Seavern brightened up a room that hasn’t been revamped since the 1980s. A lot of love went into this redesign. The homeowners enjoy regularly hosting guests, so accessibility and ease of storage were paramount. To accommodate this, the bench was kept oversized, so anyone in the kitchen could get involved in the cooking and entertaining experience. A concealed pantry with plenty of generous storage was also added to reduce clutter and and keep ingredients at arm’s reach.
To top it off, the laundry acts as a connection to the space, with an added mudroom feature and powder room. Rest assured that if you’re ever invited to wine and dine in this spectacular area, the hosts have definitely got you covered!
But what we truly love about this kitchen is the subtle detail of the mango timber trim, servery and chopping block. Traditionally milled from a fallen mango tree on the property, the material holds a special place in the hearts of the homeowners. The team at Seavern cleverly incorporated the mango timber as a vibrant contrast to the clean white palette, adding a hint of welcoming warmth. To finish off, the concrete flooring grounds the entire area that ensures cohesive coastal style that’s pleasing to the eye.
The result is a modern farmhouse feel that invites you in with its mixture of warmth and cool contemporary aesthetic.
Designers Cassie Flinn and Daniel Stuchbury
Builder Seavern. Architectural Joiners
Photographer Coco + Palm Productions
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