Our clients wanted a magazine worthy kitchen that was easy to entertain in and the completed result certainly does not disappoint.
Soaring coffered ceilings and cabinetry that meets the stunning decorative cornices creates an elegant, old world feel. A provincial profile using Lexicon Quarter and Green Spruce kept the traditional look that complimented this residence.
A large proud suspended mantel with decorative corbels sits above the black 900 upright stove perfectly and downlights highlight the subtle, traditional green tiled splashback. Illuminated upper glass cross hatched cabinets soften the cabinetry line and allows treasured items to be admired.
Custom stepped 40mm and 60mm Quantum Quartz Calacutta Primo benchtops bring hints of old-fashioned elegance and two butler sinks with traditional taps further add to the atmosphere. A combination of knobs and traditional handles in white and antique silver were chosen
An open shelved butler’s pantry painted in Green Spruce is perfect for an elegant appliance centre. The extra butler sink close by allows ease of access for preparation.
The finishing touches to this grand residence are two stunning chandeliers that hang over the island in perfect harmony with the completed kitchen.
Sophia & Tom, Concord