Vibrant, dramatic kitchen design



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The acrylic couture malachite green splashbacks add intense colour and drama and open up this vibrant Brilliant SA kitchen

“The rear extension of this California bungalow was built in the late 1980s and needed a complete overhaul. The homeowners are busy professionals and spend a lot of time interstate, so this self-contained studio apartment-like extension perfectly suits their needs. Our brief was to create a large entertainer’s kitchen that was the main feature of the space. We removed internal walls and installed a new spotted gum floating timber floor and laundry behind Hettich WingLine doors.

Minimal finishes combined with a streamlined design and reverse bevel finger pulls for doors and drawers are the perfect setting to show off the tropical feature splashbacks at the 4m rear bench and 2.5m island. Power is located in the appliance cabinet at the end of the rear bench and at the waterfall ends of the island for a clutter-free and functional kitchen. Spotlights and Studio Italia Yuki pendants add a final touch of drama to the pitched ceiling.”

Designer: Alex Norman for Brilliant SA

For more information

Brilliant SA 

Shop 8, 715 South Road, Black Forest SA

(08) 8297 2122

brilliantsa.com.au

Originally from Kitchens and Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 21 Issue 3

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