Inspired by the external structure of the property, this kitchen was all about using a mixture of natural woods and contemporary colours, to design a modern and welcoming space.
As the clients were architects themselves they had a good understanding of composition and layout. The house had been designed with a limited pallet of finishes, including natural slate, lime render, zinc and timber. The external finishes were chosen to compliment the natural environment outside. The kitchen was to harmoniously follow with this theme.
A combination of graphite and white units match the slate and lime render externally. The unique breakfast bar also mimics the external wood cladding, providing a significant focal point to the space.
The landscape window sets an ideal backdrop to the modern clean lines, adding a splash of colour to the scheme and helping with the transition from outside to inside.
The addition of the large Westin custom extractor mirrors the shape of the island and provides good extraction for the open plan layout. The stainless-steel finish also matches the handle groove throughout the kitchen, distinctive details such as these unify the design.
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