Kitchen design at the heart of the home
Universal Magazines

Using effective materials and creating different zones, this combined kitchen/dining/living area by Enigma Interiors is the perfect hub at the centre of a home

“You can tell at first glance that this combined kitchen, dining and living area is the heart of the home. All the key aspects of family living were considered throughout the design. The Grigio Carnico marble island has been added to the essastone kitchen benchtop to help differentiate the cooking and dining areas, while the wall partition on the opposite end creates a unique feature that still allows access and flow throughout the home’s hub.

The contrast of the Char Oak cabinet doors against the crisp white walls gives this space a modern yet timeless look, and with ample storage space under the bench and within the cabinets, work areas can remain clean and clear of any clutter.”

Designer: Lee Hardcastle for Enigma Interiors

We love
The fluid design, which allows effortless movement throughout the entire area.

Expert tip
Utilise an open-plan space effectively by breaking the room into different zones using kitchen and island benches, and nib walls.

For more information

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly Volume 21 Issue 4 

Project Details

CABINET DOORS & PANELS Polytec Char Oak Ravine finish to cabinets, satin two-pack Resene Truffle to island and drawers
BENCHTOP 20mm essastone in Dusk, 20mm natural Grigio Carnico to dining bench with 100mm mitred face edges to waterfall
HANDLES Stainless-steel top-mount
OVEN Bosch HBC34D554P steamer
RANGEHOOD Blanco BRU70X 70cm
TAPS Zip HydroTap

Publish at: , last modify at: 18/03/2016

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