Inside-out kitchen

Inside-out kitchen
Universal Magazines

With bi-fold doors and a beautiful built-in barbecue, this Melbourne Contemporary Kitchens design is full of surprises.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room.

“This kitchen epitomises the indoor/outdoor dream. It was created to replace a very tired 1980s-style room and while a modern design was the owner’s brief, they also wanted to keep a hint of French Provincial style about the room. The most important feature of this creation is the way the bifold window and door join to the benchtop when closed. How the track window would sit in the benchtop was a design challenge, but one which was easily met by our experienced team. This element works to extend the kitchen perfectly towards the outdoor barbecue area, which is an amazing space in the summer months. A roof-mounted rangehood, oversized fridge, high-quality drawer fittings and white benchtops complete the look.”

Designer: Stuart Dougall for Melbourne Contemporary Kitchens

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Cabinetry and panels Shaker style, two-pack Lexicon

Internal hardware Blum intivo

Benchtop Carrara marble and Caesarstone Snow

Splashback Carrara marble mosaic tiles

Kickboards Two-pack Lexicon

Oven Fagor twin multifunction/steam

Cooktop/hotplate Fagor induction

Rangehood/canopy Schweigen 1200mm in ceiling

Sink: Undermount

Other Electrolux barbecue

 

Want more?

Shop their showroom

1/1501 Malvern Road, Glen Iris Vic

(03) 9822 6699

melbournecontemporarykitchens.com

 

 

Originally from Kitchens and Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 21.3

Publish at: , last modify at: 17/10/2014

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