Contemporary kitchen design embraces the indoors and outdoors


This contemporary kitchen design wasn’t content with one or the other: Instead, designers created a kitchen that easily transitions from indoors to the outside world

“Although the main kitchen isn’t that large we increased the visual size by integrating the appliances and placing the sink and microwave in the walk-in pantry.

This means that the main kitchen doesn’t have to be used all of the time. There was a challenge in configuring the height of the window and finished floor to ensure room for the dishwasher whilst also ensuring the flow of the bench outside however, the design turned out clean, stylish and functional.

Some stand out features include the continuation of the bench to the outdoors, flush mount cooktop forming a shelf above the cabinets, an integrated fridge and dishwasher, and a separate pantry area incorporating the laundry and appliance cabinet.”

Designer: Alison Attard for Attard’s Kitchens & Cabinetry

Originally from Kitchens and Bathrooms Quarterly magazine Volume 20 Issue 3

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