This modern minimalist kitchen blends natural light with timber features


This modern minimalist kitchen and pantry were designed with precise detail as part of a new build

Both the kitchen and pantry highlight all of the integrated appliances, and finger pulls on the fronts allow for a modern, minimalist aesthetic.

The timber shadowlines, panels, overhead shelves and benchtop create a soft contrast to the classic white fronts, white benchtop and white mirror splashback.

The Vintec bar fridges, combined with the timber feature on the end of the island, create the illusion of a separate space for entertainment. Aesthetics aside, this area’s functionality is heightened by the storage space on either side of the island, which features flush touch-to-open doors.

There’s an exceptional amount of natural light in the surrounding rooms, which radiates through the kitchen and allows all the materials to be seen in their finest form. The pantry features a mix of artificial light and natural light from a skylight.

The kitchen and pantry have both been designed with exceptional amounts of storage space, including base cabinets, overhead cabinets and timber shelving throughout the pantry. The kitchen contains a cooking, preparation and washing zone while the pantry contains a second preparation and washing area that allows for minimal traffic throughout the space.

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