“White reigned supreme in this home’s previous kitchen that had been a typical late-‘90s-style space with white cabinets and benchtops, stainless-steel handles and matching glass splashbacks. The homeowners wanted a revived kitchen that would have an unexpected impact and surprise visitors, so this black-and-timber masterpiece was created.”
“The pink-tile splashback was chosen early on in the design process when we noticed a foot stool with a similar pink that would work perfectly as a tiled herringbone splashback. Cohesion of these striking elements was important in this kitchen, ensuring a seamless flow between the timber-look cabinetry, marble benchtops, matt black panels and pink splashback. Symmetry was injected into the design by the centred Smeg oven and balanced marble benchtops. Storage was also a must in this new space, provided by a pantry integrated into the fridge run and drawers situated below a WingLine track that easily opens all the way for accessibility. Designed to blend smoothly into the open-plan living area of the home, the surrounding V-groove wall panelling that had been painted black transitions stylishly into the kitchen. As part of the project, a TV unit and desk was created in the same materials, providing flow and continuity to the space.”
Designer Bradley Dossor for Rosemount Kitchens
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Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Issue 25 Volume 4