Life is continually changing, so it makes sense to build a kitchen sanctuary that is sophisticated yet functional. This particular space was designed to connect the homeowner to nature’s calming influence. A minimal grey-toned colour palette accents the beauty of the textured timber and stone that is used throughout the space. The two-pack matte-grey cabinetry against the white walls creates the perfect contrast with the neutral interiors and offers plenty of subtle storage space.
One stand-out feature is the Faucet Strommen antique brass mixer tap which blends seamlessly with the natural timber elements, creating the ultimate effortless space. Designed and built in Australia, the bespoke Pegasi M mixer tap is the perfect addition to give your kitchen a luxurious touch. Inconsistency is the beauty of this finish, with the organic antique brass designed to age and patina over time. These visual surface changes are the product’s way of “giving back” and will not affect the structural integrity of the Faucet Strommen product. You can rest assured knowing that your tap is backed with a 15-year warranty for peace of mind.
We love the bold feature light, which brightens the kitchen. Textured panelling on the overhead cabinets and under the breakfast bar adds extra depth and is offset perfectly by the limestone benchtop and splashback.
Architects Perkins Architects and Bruce
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Originally featured in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly 26.3