Monochrome Marvel



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Black and white is anything but boring in this space. The clever monochromatic colour scheme is warmed via wooden parquetry flooring that results in a space that looks stunning and is truly practical.

The profile cabinets are the main feature of the kitchen, with the marble-look benchtop and glass mirror splashback adding texture. The kicker on the island and the cabinets at either side of the rear of the bench define this area as the hero element.

Storage space is optimised with the use of drawers throughout the main room and interest was maintained thanks to different handle designs. The tall oven tower was specially designed to incorporate the dual steam ovens the owner
had previously purchased, and this section of the cabinetry leads to the entry of the butler’s pantry.

This pantry is key to the kitchen’s success. It replicates the colours and style of the main galley, but on a more economical budget. Open shelving in the pantry makes for easy access and is again a budget-friendly solution to the one thing every kitchen owner wants — more storage space.
Designer Beata Brzozowska for Ultimate Kitchens & Bathrooms

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