Premier Kitchens' minimalist chic

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Premier Kitchens' minimalist chic
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“At we always strive to create a space that meets all the expectations of the client and more. The removal of several walls in this penthouse unit has allowed for a bigger kitchen and also maximises the space in the living/dining room.

This is a drastic change from the previous old and dilapidated laminate kitchen, which had a poor layout. With the new more practical design, enough space has been saved to add a second bathroom to the unit. All appliances have been seamlessly integrated into the kitchen, which also conceals a laundry behind Hettich bi-fold doors. The engineered stone in the colour Chrome, combined with the matt, textured finish on all cabinetry, creates an arresting aesthetic. The result is a sleek, minimalist design made striking by the , dark industrial touches.”
Designer: Craig Seldon for Premier Kitchens

Expert tip: With the right planning, a minimalist design does not have to mean fewer features.

We love the contrast of colours and textures in this kitchen.

 

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Originally in Kitchens and Bathrooms Quarterly Volume 24, Issue 4

Project Details

CABINET DOORS, PANELS AND KICKBOARDS Polytec Black Woodmatt
INTERNAL HARDWARE Blum LEGRABOX in Terra Black, with black carcasses throughout and Hettich Wingline 780 bifold doors
BINS Blum Pullboy
BENCHTOP Silestone Chrome
HANDLES Sharknose drawer handles and Index & Co Block handles for pantry and integrated units
SPLASHBACK Silestone Chrome
OVEN AND COOKTOP Miele
RANGEHOOD Miele
DISHWASHER Miele
REFRIGERATOR Fisher & Paykel French door integrated fridge
SINK Franke
TAPS Franke


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