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This modern country kitchen perfect for entertaining shows how a confined, outdated kitchen space can be transformed with clever use of colours and textures.

Our designer worked with our clients to create a kitchen that used three of Laminex’s earthy colours of white, black and green in order to complement their country acreage property. Different textures further add interest in the cabinetry and the striking use of an overlay with the stone benchtops adds drama and dimension. A 25mm timber shadow line below the benchtops also plays on light and shade.

A wine fridge sits snugly beneath the galley cabinetry and is perfectly situated for easy access into our client’s comfortable living space and for entertaining. A second sink is the only indication of the hidden laundry with washing machine and dryer integrated perfectly within the cabinetry.

The matt concrete like feel of Caesarstone Cloudburst Concrete and Black Temple enhance the natural feel of this kitchen and further adds to the drama with the use of the two dramatic colours of black and white.

A combination of white overhead cabinetry and wooden shelving, along with a combined use of push to open cabinetry, knobs and matt modern handles makes sure this kitchen is never boring!

A spectacular, modern halo light hangs from the recessed skylight in the final touch to this modern new kitchen.

 

“From a welcomed friendly greeting in the Bowral showroom all the way through to delivering us a cracking new kitchen, our dealings with the team at Harrington have been nothing short of exceptional. Danielle got what we were wanting to create and put together a superb design. What followed was a seamless installation and a functional kitchen in no time at all.
We only spoke to Harrington’s as it felt and was proved right from that welcomed friendly greeting.
So if you’re thinking about it, yes, I can highly recommend Harrington Kitchens.”

Simon & Samantha, Robertson

Presenting Your Kitchen Ideas to Your Designer

Download our FREE guide for handy tips on presenting your kitchen ideas to your designer.