“Balanced symmetry, warmer aesthetics, and sleeker functionality – but on a budget!”
After years of have a white on white kitchen, our clients came to us for an inviting, warmer area as a hub for their home. Despite budget constraints, our in house design team came up with a design that was not only warm, but also sleek and eye-catching. The angled kitchen back panel made use of Bestwood’s Classic Walnut Timberland board.
Stunning lighting washes down the grain matched island back panel, the warmth and depth of the timber melamine is highlighted as it contrasts beautifully with the 20mm Pure White Caesarstone benchtops.
Contrasting with the Prime Black Matte Soft Touch negative details, the stopped sharknose handles, which
are both a beautiful product, completely sell the warmer aesthetic while providing a sleek functionality.
With multiple different angles and mitres, it wasn’t the simplest construction. Our design intent was to elevate the look and use of what could have just been a simple stone overhang with waterfall ends. The bar cabinet was replaced from an uninspired clutter space to a fresh living room cabinet that ties in with the kitchen. The lighting on the floating shelves both matches the kitchen, but also reflects into the Black Stopsal mirror, making it a true feature.
The clients had nothing but praise for their new kitchen, from the project management, to the design, down to the tidiness of our workers in their home.