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Contemporary Fresh Modern Kitchen Mittagong


Our client’s brief was a modern kitchen to accent the soring cathedral ceilings and one that could withstand the demands of a proficient entertainer. With the client’s vision and a designer’s capabilities, this kitchen was realised.

Befitting the split-level modern home, Lexicon ¼ High Gloss on a Shark Nose profile, reflects the natural light and accentuates the 7m ceilings. Often in handless kitchens, pantry doors have handles, which helps with weight of the door. For these, they decided on the trendy, full moon American Oak handles from the MOMO collection. These handles unite the custom timber shelving either side of the Famlec hood and above the fridge.

Behind the pantry doors is a spacious walk-in pantry. The client had the foresight, to poach space from the laundry, prioritising a larger kitchen over a laundry. Who wouldn’t?!  Harrington project managed specialised trades to remove walls, frame new walls and bulkheads, chasing slabs (for water and waste to the island) and plastering, all in preparation for new cabinetry. Luckily, they decided to replace the cold concrete floors, preferring the warmth of natural timber, allowing for the sink on the island.

The sheen of gloss doors compliments the polished Quantum Quartz Michelangelo benchtops, with 40mm to the back and 60mm on the island with waterfall ends.

With three fur babies, the laundry is the doggy highway into the yard.  A dark colour was practical and Tesrol’s Anti-fingerprint technology was essential.  Although dark, the continuation of materials can be seen in 20mm Michelangelo quartz, 18mm melamine Natural Oak shelving from Polytec’s Ravine range and the fabulous Cypress Green feature wall from Dulux.

We felt privileged to be a part of this renovation and help our client see their ideas come to fruition.

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