Warm and welcoming kitchen design

Warm and welcoming kitchen design
Universal Magazines

This warm and welcoming kitchen uses contemporary design elements to create clean lines and a minimalist finish.

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“The owners of this new house didn’t want a super-modern look; they desired a kitchen with clean lines that still felt warm and welcoming. They wanted to make a feature of the island and didn’t want any handles anywhere to interrupt the flow. We went for a shark-nose finish all the way around, which isn’t interrupted by any end panels either. Lighting on the kickboards completes this standout feature. This minimal finish on the outside is also reflected inside the drawers and cupboards with quality internal hardware. This kitchen has a hidden party, entered via a door on the left, and the fridge is set away from the main kitchen area so it’s not immediately obvious. The glass splashback, in jet black, adds a reflective finish, and the large-format tiles complete this clean and modern but not overly contemporary room.”

Designer: Jenna O’Dell for Inavogue

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Cabinet doors, panels and kickboards Two-pack satin with 1mm pencil round edge in Dulux Grand Piano

Benchtop 80mm mitred Quantum Quartz Honeycomb

Internal Hardware Blum soft-close hinges, TANDEMBOX drawers and internal drawers

Handles Shark-nose finger-pull

Splashback Jet black glass

Lighting Warm white LED downlights and strip lighting

Flooring Basalt natural stone tiles 600 X 600mm

Paint Dulux Tuft

Oven Under-bench Smeg

Cooktop Smeg PSA 900 gas

Dishwasher Siemens semi-integrated

Rangehood Siemens undermount

Sink Abey La Bolla

Taps Zuchetti Spin mixer

 

 

SHOP THEIR SHOWROOM

11 Crompton Road, Mount Barker SA

(08) 8391 2933

inavogue.com.au

 

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 21.4

Publish at: , last modify at: 06/11/2014

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