Luxurious living: a functional kitchen design

This stunning kitchen won’t just make for comfortable living but is also designed to maximise functionality


“The previous kitchen in this high-end apartment was impractical and did not utilise the space (or take advantage of the views it was accorded), which is what we set out to change. The kitchen is separated into three zones to suit the busy lifestyle of the clients, who love to entertain friends and family. The first zone is the main kitchen and living area, which features a pristine white quartz island bench that is great for dining and entertaining.


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Luxurious details, such as handleless fittings and high-gloss finishes, create a sense of opulence. The second zone is a butler’s pantry that features ample shelving and cabinetry for maximum storage. The pantry features plenty of benchtop space for meal preparation and small appliances, housing a wine fridge, oven, sink and microwave.

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The third zone doubles as a laundry as well as a room for extra storage and has an additional sink and dishwasher, making cleaning an absolute breeze. The kitchen is simplistic yet stunning and maximises functionality, which has transformed it into an exquisite space with spectacular views.”

Project details:

This project was designed by:

David Slade for Rosemount Kitchens


Rosemount Kitchens 9 Waverley Rd, Malvern East Vic; 358 Whitehorse Rd, Nunawading Vic

Phone 1300 476 736



Originally from Kitchens and Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 22.2

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