Contemporary meets functional

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Contemporary meets functional
Universal Magazines

“The owners wanted the new to be opened up to the rest of the house, maximise space and, most importantly, to include an island bench to make the most of the harbour views. Removing part of the top bulkhead and balustrade, which restricted entry, gave us room to move and utilise the space for maximum effect and functionality. The completed design presents a perfect balance between the , with its streamlined, linear layout, and the timeless, provided by the natural materials of wood and . Both ends of the compositional spectrum combined to create a truly unique look. The New York is a sensationally elemental medium that conveys solidity, earthiness and, at the same time, total luxury. Given this, it was a no-brainer that it would be used as the focal island bench-cum-breakfast bar.”
Designer: Barry Balmer for Designline Kitchens & Bathrooms

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Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Issue 24, Volume 2

Project Details

CABINET DOORS Polyurethane semi-gloss in Dulux Vivid White and Polytec Maison Oak, horizontal grain
KICKBOARDS Polyurethane semi-gloss in Dulux Vivid White
NTERNAL HARDWARE Blum AVENTOS system for wall cabinets, inner drawers
BENCHTOP New York natural marble
SPLASHBACK Subway tiles
OVEN Siemens oven and steamer
COOKTOP Siemens
RANGEHOOD Siemens
REFRIGERATOR Siemens
DISHWASHER Siemens
SINK Oliveri
BINS/ACCESSORIES Twin pull-out
FLOORING Timber hardwood with water-based finish


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