A fusion of graceful and restrained pillars with refined decorative features, the romantic tones of this kitchen perfectly compliment the adjoining areas, remaining functional while retaining an understated elegance
The owners requested the finished project adopt a tone of understated grace – in particular adopting a look that would not dominate the adjoining rooms. Therefore, a balance of minimalism, with subtle romantic detailing to inject character and flair was carefully designed. Clean, geometrically balanced lines in the horizontal and vertical blocks of drawers and cabinetry are personalised with Shaker-style panelling and antique-look finger-pull handles. The brilliant white colour scheme, a quintessential approach to minimalist style, is given decorative appeal with the Victorian-style gutter cornices and ornate ceiling plaster panel, complimented by the richly stained timber flooring and cane high chairs. The island is the focal point of the design, large enough to truly replace a dining table, while still providing optimum functionality as both storage and prep area.