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A recon veneer duo

Recon veneer with its consistent fine grain and colour was an easy option for designer Paula Waterhouse when tasked with finding a veneer solution for a client who wasn't keen on crown or quarter cut veneer with their more obvious grain structures.

The use of two contrasting Recon veneers provided just the right balance for this contemporary kitchen with clean minimalist lines.  Prime Recon Veneer in  New Onyx Crown Cut provides a dramatically dark backdrop for the floor to ceiling cabinetry at the rear of the kitchen while Saddle has been chosen for under the main island bench as a more gentle contrast to the stone benchtop.

Part of the brief was a kitchen that would work for different family groups and different cooks and keep the place looking smart - the scullery kitchen ensures that a lot of prep is done away from the main area which retains its focus as the centrepoint for the family.

Credit: Designed by Paula Waterhouse Design

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Prime Recon Veneer, Saddle Crown Cut and New Onyx Crown Cut. Prime Stone, Papamoa Polished. Designed by Paula Waterhouse Design.
Prime Recon Veneer, Saddle Crown Cut and New Onyx Crown Cut. Prime Stone, Papamoa Polished. Designed by Paula Waterhouse Design.
Prime Recon Veneer, Saddle Crown Cut and New Onyx Crown Cut. Prime Stone, Papamoa Polished. Designed by Paula Waterhouse Design.
Prime Recon Veneer, Saddle Crown Cut and New Onyx Crown Cut. Designed by Paula Waterhouse Design.
Prime Recon Veneer, Saddle Crown Cut and New Onyx Crown Cut. Designed by Paula Waterhouse Design.

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