Glamorous revamp: Kitchen redesign

With fine detailing including light illuminating off a glass splashback, this kitchen oozes glamour


“The owners were after a complete modernisation of the space and the removal of some of the original design flaws to create an open, family-friendly kitchen.

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The original peninsula bench was converted into an island design that incorporated a steel support post, providing two access points to the kitchen and an open cooking area. The simple cabinetry in contrasting white and grey gloss provides plenty of storage and adds a touch of drama.


The upper cabinetry above the cooktop has continuous LED task lighting to provide ample light and is complemented nicely by the toughened coloured-glass splashback.


A small pantry with a roll-up Tambour shutter is located to the right of the cooktop so appliances can be easily utilised. The compact storage and light reconstituted stone benchtop create a wide, open kitchen that works for cooking and entertaining.”

Designer: Ed Mamrot for Inset Kitchens



Cabinetry, panels & kickboards Imperite gloss in white and grey

Internal hardware Hettich

Benchtop Reconstituted stone with 40mm edge

Splashback Toughened coloured glass

Oven Blanco

Cooktop Blanco

Rangehood QASAIR

Refrigerator Fisher & Paykel

Dishwasher Blanco

Sink Franke

Taps Lever mixer

Paint Dulux in Antique White USA

Lighting Hettich

Flooring Tasmanian oak natural timber



66 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn/Deepdene Vic

0418 356 426

341 Bayswater Road, Cnr Canterbury Road, Bayswater Vic

(03) 9720 2389,

0418 356 426


Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 22 Issue 1

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