Luxe farmhouse kitchen design

Luxe farmhouse kitchen design
Universal Magazines

AKL Designer Kitchens take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.

Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.

Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.  Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.

Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.  Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.

Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space. Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.

Take the splashback all the way up and across the wall behind the rangehood canopy to make the cooktop area an impressive focal point of the space.

“This kitchen renovation is in a large farmhouse and the brief was for a modern, yet timeless and high-end version of your traditional farmhouse kitchen. This has been achieved by using a modern Shaker-style cabinet with simple square lines while the handles provide a more classic touch. The cooktop area is typically the focal point of a farmhouse kitchen and that has been achieved here by placing the large stainless-steel rangehood canopy against the impressive backdrop of the Cosmic Black granite that fills the whole splashback area up to the bulkhead. It would not have looked anywhere near as impressive if the splashback was only standard height. A large island bench was important to the client and the thick granite benchtop and waterfall really makes it stand out. There is great symmetry as the size of the island matches the width of cooktop splashback along with matching cabinets on each side. These bi-fold doors house the pantry on one side and small appliances on the other while the microwave has been cleverly hidden on the back of the island bench.”

Designers: Adrian Lee and Daniella Pescheck for AKL Designer Kitchens

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Cabinet doors and panels Dulux Heifer satin, Dulux Black satin on island

Mouldings Custom made by AKL

Internal hardware Blum Antaro

Benchtop and splashback Cosmic Black granite

Handles Pittella

Lighting Custom

Walls Dulux Heifer

Oven Miele

Cooktop Miele induction

Rangehood Qasair Fasano

Dishwasher Miele

Refrigerator Electrolux

Sink Abey Piazza

Taps Teknobili Likid

Blind Peter Meyer custom

 

SHOP THE SHOWROOM

AKL Designer Kitchens37 Boundary Road, Mordialloc Vic

Phone (03) 9587 3413

Website akldesignerkitchens.com.au

 

Originally from Kitchens and Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 21.3

Publish at: , last modify at: 15/08/2014

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