Trends are fleeting but a classic kitchen is forever
Universal Magazines

“The original kitchen was part of a ‘70s extension to the home, and was in dire need of a makeover. The homeowners had their heart set on a classic kitchen, and also requested glossy door fronts.”

“Much attention to detail was given to the kitchen’s intricate features during the design and renovation stages of this project, particularly with relation to the Federation mouldings, plinth bases, corbels and fish-eye fretwork. Classic-look cabinetry drawer fronts were chosen to complement these features, and modernity was injected into the space through brand-new state-of-the-art appliances. The kitchen’s 1m-high main benchtop is particularly noteworthy — it not only features a classic-style Belfast sink, it also includes a breakfast bar and plentiful under-bench storage facing both the kitchen and dining area. The kitchen’s white colour palette works to increase its aesthetic appeal, resulting in a beautiful kitchen that will no doubt be loved for years to come.”
Built by: Carrera Kitchens

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Carrera Kitchens

Originally in Kitchens & Bathroom Quarterly 25.4

Project Details

CABINET DOORS AND PANELS Dulux Natural White two-pack gloss, classic door profile
MOULDINGS Federation
HINGES AND DRAWERS Blum soft-close
BENCHTOP Lamb’s tongue in Caesarstone Calacatta
COOKTOP Miele induction
SINK Belfast
BINS Pullboy
FLOORING Vinyl planks

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