Timber kitchen: an innovative statement


This sophisticated kitchen is proof that supporting posts and beams can be utilised as a stunning feature of one’s eating space

“This kitchen makes a sophisticated statement in its arrangement and celebration of materials. The structure of the design hinges on the strong timber post and beam. While sparse, there is a richness of timber in the exposed structure that gives the kitchen character.

A restrained palette of charcoal and white lets the texture and quality of the materials stand out, while the handle-free design infuses it with the sleek, modern feel the client wanted.

Brushed granite, stainless steel and Laminex finishes have been chosen to complement the existing wine brick wall, so the kitchen flows effortlessly into the large central living area.

To meet the owners’ cooking and entertaining needs, the layout accommodates various functional spaces, including a two-level island, long benchtops and a large pantry.”

Designer: Lee Hardcastle for Enigma Interiors

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2/31 Veronica Street, Capalaba Qld

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Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 22 Issue 1

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