With dramatic marble and mute cabinetry tones, this kitchen has both interesting focal points and unique features
“The fusion of marble, lighting and colour, combined with a clever use of space, results in a kitchen that is as striking as it is functional. The owners wanted their kitchen to be the visual centrepiece of the open-plan living and dining area, and a family-sized space where they can cook, eat and entertain.
The backlit New York marble on the island benchtop is a showstopper. It immediately draws the eye to the island and creates an arresting focal point. In contrast, the white and grey cabinetry presents sophisticated muted tones, allowing the island to be the hero.
Stretching an impressive 3.6m, the island can accommodate the whole family for casual dining as well as doubling as a spacious food preparation area.
Extensive storage for appliances is subtly integrated, while a double-door refrigerator, flush-mount sinks and induction hob highlight great attention to detail and an articulate design. Blue downlights and a mirrored splashback are sleek additions to this minimal yet dramatic space.”
Designer: Marc Silcock for Designer Kitchens
For more information
435 Montague Rd, West End Qld
5 Byres St, Newstead Qld
(07) 3844 1500
Originally from Kitchen Yearbook magazine, Volume 19