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Elegance Personified
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The owner of this elegant kitchen was extremely particular about balance and required an uncluttered simplicity in the design

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A selection of high-end materials achieved a stylish finish that complemented both the home and did not distract from surrounding furnishings and artworks. Walls were removed between the kitchen and living room to achieve a more integral living area between the two spaces.

Large built-in drawers, bins, bottle baskets and under-sink drawers make this a wonderfully functional kitchen to work in. Provisions were also made for storage with a roomy pantry, complete with Häfele fold-away doors and 40mm thick lacquered shelves, providing ample room for non-perishables. To free up the kitchen benchtops the storage area can also be used as extra work space, with the stainless-steel tops offering the perfect spot for tea and coffee-making facilities.

The finishes on the doors were a satin lacquer and the benchtops and splashback were crafted out of a gorgeous marble, giving the space an air of elegance.

The Kitchen Factory has again succeeded in creating a truly breathtaking space that is certain to stand the test of time.

Fact file:
DOORS Shaker door with style lines, square framed satin lacquered in half-strength Dulux Parchment
HANDLES Cone from Architectural Hardware
KICKBOARDS Stainless-steel laminate
FLOOR Timber oak herringbone
APPLIANCES include a Miele oven, cooktop and dishwasher and Franke sink

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