Taking shape with Kellyville Kitchens



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To transform this unusually shaped and outdated kitchen, Kellyville Kitchens has utilised minimal, clean cabinetry and gorgeous Quantum Quartz Calacutta Quartz to achieve this fresh look.

“The previous kitchen had an unusually shaped island with a curved back. The doors were an outdated orange and brown timber laminate with black kickboards and black granite tops. The homeowners wanted to refresh this dated, dark kitchen into a light, modern and streamlined kitchen – without changing the footprint. More benchtop space was a must, as was a large appliance cupboard for subtle practicality. They wanted to replace the inefficient, odd-shaped cabinet with as many big drawers as possible.

The biggest challenge was to cover the existing footprint as the floors had recently been tiled throughout the living area. That would have been easy if the room was a regular shape. One side wall was on an angle so the new, straight cabinets had to be designed carefully so as to not close in the access too much.

This kitchen features straight lines, glossy white doors with fingergroove detailing, counterbalanced by the soft, elegant lines in the Calacutta Quartz benchtop and splashback. As the room is not a regular shape, the kitchen seems to change when looking at it from different angles.”

Designer: Jean-Anne Hill for Kellyville Kitchens

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