“At Premier Kitchens 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 Silestone 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 modern, 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