“We have been using Harrington Kitchens since starting our construction business in The Highlands 7 years ago.
We cannot fault any part of their team, from first liaising with them about design right through to the quality of the manufacturing, install and the communication and follow ups along the way.
Therefore, when it came to building our own ‘forever home’, it was not even questionable as to who would make the cabinetry for us. We knew that they would create an amazing kitchen that we would get to enjoy for many years and that is exactly what they did and beyond.
We can’t thank Scott Green and his exceptional team at Harrington Kitchens more and we look forward to designing and making many more beautiful kitchens with their team.”
– Travis and Amanda Clark, Exeter (October 2021)
Who wouldn’t want to create culinary wonders in this stunning Southern Highlands kitchen!
Our client chose the understated elegance of Dulux Stepney for her island and the softer look of Natural White for the remaining cabinetry. A 40mm solid timber shelf incorporated into the integrated rangehood and X frame upper glass doors add extra layers of glam in this country-based kitchen.
Raised mould detailing and York Proud kicks enhance the island which takes pride of place in the large, raked high ceiling room. A hidden double door butlers pantry is cleverly invisible within the integrated panels.
40mm Smartstone Davinci Blanco benchtops grace the cabinetry and 60mm on the island to create a more grounded, elegant look.
A black Smeg freestanding upright stove and cooktop are the focal point in the muted cabinetry and works beautifully with the simple but elegant satin finished knobs and handles. A semi integrated Bosch dishwasher is conveniently placed near the 1901 double Butlers sink with satin twin throated traditional gooseneck tap.
Three overhead glass pendants hang graciously from the raked ceilings and reflect the downlights in the X frame upper cabinetry glass doors.
The laundry has been created with the same understated elegance as the kitchen, using Dulux Flooded Gum for the cabinetry and Smartstone Da Vinci 40mm stone on the benchtop.
A modern, yet still traditional Parisi Butlers sink creates some interest with its simple lines, and the use of a timber benchtop and natural baskets brings some warmth to the subtle greys of the laundry.
Rooms which will retain their elegance and functionality for many years to come.
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