White on white: Minimalist kitchen design


With a large stone breakfast bar, this kitchen is simplistic and timeless

“The original kitchen was a very dated 1970s design with dark timber and a tiled benchtop, so the clients were keen for a timeless and minimalist white kitchen that wouldn’t date quickly.

Given the luxury of space, they also wanted plenty of drawers and storage and maximum benchtop preparation area, as well as a breakfast bar to seat four. We also incorporated two pantries into the design, one for food and one for small appliances.

The two ovens and microwave are grouped together in one tower, while a display cabinet helps to personalise the space. The black-framed window provides a view to the leafy outdoors and contrasts nicely against the white.

The slick white stone, together with the plain satin gloss cabinets, shadowline handles and white appliances, gives the design a very simple, streamlined look that’s also very easy to keep clean.”

Designer: Marc Silcock for Designer Kitchens

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435 Montague Road, West End Qld

(07) 3844 1500

Originally from Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly magazine, Volume 22 Issue 1

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