A stunning transformation! The dated timber look melamine cabinetry with black stone benchtops plus the dark tiles were certainly showing their age. The wall hung canopy rangehood made poor use of the wall cabinetry space and the use of frosted glass door inserts did not create an integrated look.
Fast forward to the clever use of mid half rails in the Hamptons profile to all upper cabinetry and you have a glamorous and modern look. The upper cabinets were raised to 2400mm to take advantage of the 3m ceilings and our designer used finger pulls on all the upper cabinets to continue the seamless, elegant look. In keeping with the Hamptons theme, traditional features such as the use of simple knobs and Shaker slim shell handles were added.
Our clients chose Quantum Quartz Pietra Serena for the 60mm island benchtop and 40 mm surrounding cabinetry benchtops to create an impact in this kitchen, which is further amplified by the dramatic dark feature walls.
The simple change-up from dark to white with the splashback subway tiles, new vinyl plank flooring and dark mesh doors, together with stylish copper pendants over the island bench, introduces just the right amount of richness to complete this classy new look Hamptons kitchen.
“The team at Harrington Kitchens were a pleasure to deal with, from initial consultation through to the finished product. James understood our vision and designed a kitchen that is both functional and visually pleasing. All aspects of our renovation were choreographed to ensure minimal disruption throughout the project. Any issues or concerns were quickly answered, which left us with confidence during the build. We would have no hesitation in recommending Harrington Kitchens to anyone renovating or building a kitchen/laundry.”
Rachel and Sean