This casual kitchen features a
A contemporary look was achieved using bold geometric forms that echo the shape of the space.”
unquiet contemporary look
“This waterside home required an impressive yet casual kitchen to suit the owners’ relaxed lifestyle and the architectural design of the home.
The two intersecting trapezoids forming the island are a striking focal point while providing generous bench space within easy reach of the refrigerator. With a nod to the shape of the sailing boats outside, the angled island visually balances the space and creates a smooth flow to the main work area.
A mirrored display unit and drinks cabinet with mirrored splashback reflect the waterfront view throughout the space. Inspired by the surroundings, the colour scheme comprises watery shades of blue, beige, grey and white, creating a relaxed atmosphere. Laminex Oyster Linear laminate provides a subtle texture.
In bold contrast, the Empire Satin marble breakfast bar envelopes the more practical Caesarstone workbench. The owners love to entertain, so we included a massive storage space in a walk-in pantry plus two banks of Miele cooking appliances.”
Designer: Gloria Rose for Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms
For more information
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms
370 Pennant Hills Rd, Pennant Hills NSW
(02) 9483 2222
5 Foundry Rd, Seven Hills NSW
(02) 8824 2310
475 Pittwater Rd, Brookvale NSW
(02) 9907 2729
Shop 5-6/50 Victoria Road, Drummoyne
(02) 9819 6915
Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 20 Issue 3