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Proud and powerful: kitchen design
Universal Magazines

This striking kitchen takes inspiration from thunder and lightning, featuring visually stunning materials that complement and contrast

There is a sense of rumbling as a thunderbolt of New York marble cracks and erupts sporadically across this design. Visually stunning materials complement and contrast each other to create this beautiful, modern kitchen.

Our clients were looking for a minimalist aesthetic with a warm accented touch and no handles. Vertical wall panels emulate dark clouds typical of an overcast day and camouflage the opening into a walk-in pantry.

American oak veneer and beautiful New York marble lift the space and instil a sense of serenity. Island cabinets with a push-to-open function provide added storage and bring simplicity to the island’s design.

We incorporated a concealed appliance area with bifold doors allowing easy access to internal power points and open-shelf storage. Flush-mounted LED strip lights were specifically placed in task zones, adding mood and ambience to the space.”

Designer: Tania Nikolitsis for Jag Kitchens

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25 Anzac Highway, Keswick SA
(08) 8371 1420

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Vol 22 No 4

Project Details

CABINET DOORS, PANELS AND KICKBOARDS Formica in Asphalt, Angas two-pack gloss, American oak veneer in satin finish
HANDLES Hettich Empoli, C channel finger grip in American oak veneer
BENCHTOP Sachi Stone White Diamond flush, Absolute Black granite
SPLASHBACK New York marble
RANGEHOOD Whispair Monte Carlo
REFRIGERATOR Bosch French door
DISHWASHER Fisher & Paykel
SINK Franke Tectonite in Carbon Black
TAPS Dorf in Black Vixen
PAINT Dulux in Pebble Grey
LIGHTING LED, Light Spot Potero pendant, Norvel pendant, Fresco pendant
FLOORING Italia Ceramics polished porcelain tile

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