Understated opulence: minimalist kitchen


This stunning kitchen proves that a minimalist design can still be luxurious

“This creation proves that a minimal design can still be ultra-luxurious. From the black marble splashback to the LED strip lights, this kitchen has opulence written all over it. Streamlined finishes and polished hardwood floors give this space a Scandinavian-inspired feel, a crucial element that safeguards the kitchen from becoming too clinical.

Handle-less drawers, along with the glossy white cabinetry and striking splashback, create bold yet clean lines. The highlight of this kitchen is the unique second island bench. This stunning feature benchtop can easily create a social dining experience at a moment’s notice. It is the largest ever made by the supplier and is the epitome of style and excellence.

The unusual layout works to this room’s advantage, making it incredibly easy to navigate and providing loads of counter space. The three ovens, industrial-sized refrigerator and hidden butler’s pantry are all essentials for a passionate home chef. It’s these elements that ensure this no-fuss kitchen doesn’t become too minimal, while the hidden prep zone guards against clutter.”

Designer: Susan Garsden for Garsden and Clarke Kitchens

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Originally in Luxury Kitchens&Bathrooms, Volume 15

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