With all its bells and whistles, the kitchen design fits comfortably in a small apartment
When the owners were looking to renovate their kitchen, which dated back to the ’80s, they wanted a unique design. The owners approached designer Con Moshopoulos from Urban Kitchens, calling for a creative design and, in their words, “something hot”. The result: a contemporary and chic kitchen that is both ergonomic and practical in its design and function.
The size of the space was on the small side; however, the designer saw the challenge as an opportunity to be creative. Con used Servo-Drive by Blum to create pull-out drawer and pantry systems, creating what is now a clean-lined and clutter-free work zone.
Embracing this handle-free and seamless finish, Con added to the effortlessly cool design, incorporating stainless-steel kickboards and Miele appliances, including an oven, cooktop and dishwasher. The Franke taps and sink add to the contemporary design of the kitchen.
Fusing black with silver edging, the colour scheme is sophisticated and on-trend, with the imaginative look requested by the owners. The combination of the black feature front of the island and the stone-grey tiles that complement the bench result in a complete transformation, turning drab to fab.
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Originally published in Kitchen Yearbook Volume 16