Thanks to imaginative design solutions, intimate kitchen spaces are not an issue.
With the original kitchen past its expiry date and anything but user-friendly, the primary objective for Alan Schull and Robert Hutton from Kitchen Shop Qld was to create a kitchen that was both contemporary and functional. Priding itself on its ability to suit each and every individual client need, Kitchen Shop Qld was on-hand with a bountiful supply of modern ideas and industry expertise for the project.
An important factor within the design was to maximise the available storage space within the area without compromising the overall style aesthetic. Blum Tandembox soft-close inner drawers were used inside the pantry and storage areas and a pop-up GPO Power Tower was utilised within the island bench to give a look of practical class. Doors and drawers were given an elegant, streamlined effect due to the absence of handles and the aluminium-framed glass doors were designed to enhance the canopy hood feature.
Showcasing the benefit of smart storage solutions while remaining pleasing to the eye, this kitchen effortlessly conveys that a relatively small area can be transformed into a stylish, open area with the right design techniques in place.