Purely French: Ocean view kitchen

Purely French: Ocean view kitchen
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Gorgeous sandstone walls and timber accents contrast well with the aqua blue cabinetry to add to this kitchen’s French Provincial charm

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“A rustic European design with a splash of French Blue, this kitchen was built around three features custom-made from sandstone: the kitchen mantel, fireplace and existing stone sink with wall plaque. The sandstone used on the internal and external walls matches the mantel, floor and overall palette. The chef-d’oeuvre island bench in clear-lacquered blackwood complements the dining table, exposed beams and the kitchen behind, and is a notable centrepiece with pronounced decorative elements. The feature floor complements the exposed beams on the ceiling and balances the room. This space captures and reflects the stunning ocean views outside, while still working harmoniously with the composition and decor of the house as a whole.”

Designer: Haris Bahtiyarov of Alby Turner & Son

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Cabinetry & panels Clear-lacquered blackwood to island, solid timber painted French Blue to kitchen cabinets

Internal hardware Blum TANDEMBOX intivo soft-closing drawers, Blum soft-closing hinges

Handles Castella

Benchtop 20mm Caesarstone Supernatural Dreamy Marfil with lamb’s tongue edge

Splashback 10mm Caesarstone Dreamy Marfil to fireplace, limestone to walls

Kickboards Solid timber

Floor Polished concrete with hardwood inserts

Lighting Directional halogen

Refrigerator Fisher & Paykel

Stove 100mm Lacanche Côte d’Or freestanding

Rangehood Existing integrated

Sink Double butler fireclay wall sink with custom-made stone bowl

Taps French garden taps to wall, classic solid brass taps to island

 

SHOP THEIR SHOWROOM

Alby Turner & Son

36 Jacobsen Cres, Holden Hill SA

(08) 8266 1066

185 Grote St, Adelaide SA

(08) 8211 6766

 

Brisbane showroom opening mid-2015

albyturner.com.au

 

Originally from Kitchen Yearbook magazine, Volume 19

Publish at: , last modify at: 03/03/2015

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