Dramatic and modern, this kitchen delivers the design update these homeowners were looking for when renovating their architectural home. They wanted a more modern and open space that offered a bar area near the dining room.
There was a desire for drama in the design, so a monochromatic cabinetry palette was selected. Finished in contrasting satin and matt textures, this works to complement the feature floor tiling that was preserved from the original kitchen.
Detailing through the rounded handles elevates the design and lends a hint of playfulness. The slick, modern feel to the space is continued through to the pop-up rangehood behind the fabulous Pitt burners and the electric lift-up systems on the overhead cabinets.
We love: The Zip taps which produce on-demand boiling, chilled and sparkling water!
Black internal carcasses enhance the bold aesthetic, creating intrigue and sophistication. Negative space in the island joinery between the benchtop and stone ends adds to this, creating visual detail to enrich the area.
The overall design is bold and dramatic, echoing the architectural nature of the home.
Designer Anita Mitchell for Premier Kitchens
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