kitchen tapware

Never underestimate the power of good tapware

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The owners of Melbourne’s Bayview House by BuildHer Collective fitted out their newly renovated home filled with tapware that’s made in Australia and built to last.

The Pegasi M sink mixer Curve 220 in Gunmetal finish. A swivel spout reach of 220mm and a two-stage flow-step valve make this a high-performing and extremely versatile kitchen assistant.

The medium-grey Gunmetal (-88) coating exudes a satin velvet look and strong lustre. Like a chameleon, the appearance changes from bright grey to dark grey depending on the time of day and how the light falls on the faucet. The electroplated finish is completed by specialists in Melbourne, who guarantee the durable finish will not change tone over time. If the Pegasi M sink mixer Curve doesn’t tickle your fancy, Faucet Strommen offers Gunmetal on most of its products, making it a practical option for a coordinated home design.

Taking a step back from the taps for just a second, Bayview Home’s kitchen is functional and fetching. Boasting a statement island and decorated with handmade ceramics, the kitchen is a thriving hub of activity. Fior Di Bosco stone from Signorino adorns the benchtops and splashback, creating a streamlined and stylish aesthetic.

With Garonne limestone tiles underfoot and a butler’s pantry treated to Silestone Iconic White benchtops and splashback, this Smeg-endowed kitchen is a home- cook’s dream.

Designer BuildHer Collective
Builder Beirin Projects
Styling Justine Murphy
Architect Bellemo & Cat
Photographer Dylan James

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