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Culinary Feat
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The proud owner of this newly built kitchen wanted a space that was edgy and on trend but timeless as well, and this is certainly what she got!

A traceless matt black finish was chosen for the main cabinetry and a narrow v-groove was selected for the lower cabinetry, to add an element of contrast. Super White stone was chosen for the benchtop and splashback to give the room a luxury feel.

Functionality was paramount for this space, so a highly practical butler’s pantry was connected to the main kitchen. As the homeowner is an avid cook, a 900mm oven was integrated for her use. A small display shelf was built into the end of the cooktop run to add a little beauty to the most functional part of the space.
One end of the island has no cabinetry underneath, opening up the space while facilitating a view of the exquisite textured v-groove cabinets.

The island’s support legs are made of Super White stone and feature v-groove detail, creating a sense of cohesion in this gorgeous space.

Designer Anita Mitchell for Premier Kitchens Australia

WE LOVE the stunning stone benchtop, splashback and island support legs.

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Originally featured in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Issue 27, Vol 1.

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