An all-black kitchen that combines industrial style and modern finesse



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Industrial style meets modern finesse in this black on black kitchen by Premier Kitchens Australia

While all kitchens need to look fantastic, in this studio apartment, appearance was a major design consideration as the kitchen can be seen from every angle of the 120sqm space. This means a stylish yet understated aesthetic was a must.

Appliances were integrated for a seamless look, and the PITT gas burners and downdraft extractor unit were cut directly into the Neolith stone benchtop. This required a great deal of precision and a very skilled stonemason was employed to complete the task. The benchtop itself was crafted from a single piece of stone, and while it may have been difficult to get it into the apartment, it was worth it for the join-line-free finish.

This room is perfect for entertaining, with plenty of storage and even a large Vintec wine fridge to keep the drinks at the perfect temperature. Blum lift-up overhead cabinets make accessing items a breeze.

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