Though their original ‘90s kitchen had served them well for many years, the homeowners craved a contemporary design and configuration.
They requested a stylish, modern space, with an impressive layout and plenty of storage. The solid brick walls that housed the original pantry were demolished to make way for the kitchen’s new layout, and the existing plaster bulkheads, built-in pantry and the existing tiled floor were all removed. A new herringbone oak floor was installed, and plaster cornicing that matched the existing cornices throughout the home was custom-made.
The kitchen you see here was custom-built in the Inset Kitchens factory, with additional height to suit the home’s high ceilings. The island bench was designed with an 80mm feature edge. An under-bench steam oven and multiple crockery storage drawers were integrated into the island bench. A Sub-Zero freezer, wine fridge and fridge were all integrated flush into the tall run of cabinetry. A large butler’s pantry was placed at the rear of the space to provide additional storage for small appliances, such as a mixer or toaster, and an additional prep area. Electronic lift-up doors were installed on all overhead cabinets for ease of use.
The homeowners are incredibly pleased with their new wow-factor kitchen, which was custom-made to perfection to suit their needs.
Designer Ed Mamrot for Inset Kitchens
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