Sleek perspective

Sleek perspective
Universal Magazines

With a striking contrast between the brown oak veneer, the white finishes and the soft metallic glass, this kitchen is an eclectic masterpiece

Use angled walls to your advantage by installing cabinets against them and by using integrated appliances

Use angled walls to your advantage by installing cabinets against them and by using integrated appliances

Use angled walls to your advantage by installing cabinets against them and by using integrated appliances

“Achieving high-quality, detailed fittings and finishes in a compact and oblique room was the challenge to overcome in this project. Angled walls became a design feature and were used to enhance the space surrounding the cabinetry. Brown oak cabinetry sits on a slanting wall and neatly encompasses an appliance storage space with a shutter and concealed fully integrated refrigerator. The island’s 40mm Caesarstone bench contrasts with the brown oak cabinetry and provides dining, preparation and additional storage space. For a sleek, clean finish, the overhead storage cabinets were installed without handles. The soft metallic glass splashback is brought to life with the use of LED downlights. This kitchen is beautiful in its simplicity, while also being striking and functional.”

Designer: John Kay for Alby Turner & Son

 

SHOP THE LOOK

Cabinet doors Two-pack Satin Parchment, Slice brown oak veneer

Internal hardware Blum intivo, Häfele pull-outs

Handles Castella

Benchtop 40mm Caesarstone Frosty Carrina

Splashback Metallic glass in Eureka

Refrigerator Fully integrated

Cooktop Miele

Oven Miele

Sink Undermount

Lighting LED downlights

 

SHOP THEIR SHOWROOM

Alby Turner & Son

36 Jacobsen Cres, Holden Hill SA

(08) 8266 1066

185 Grote St, Adelaide SA

(08) 8211 6766

Brisbane showroom mid-2015

albyturner.com.au

 

Originally from Kitchen Yearbook magazine, Volume 19

Publish at: , last modify at: 03/03/2015

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