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The homeowners of this architecturally designed house requested a space that worked with the resort feel of their new home. The rough footprint was outlined on the plans, including the location of a large scullery, located behind the main kitchen. Seating at the island, a large fridge and two ovens were also requested, as well generous benchtops and plenty of storage in the scullery/pantry.

Our vision for the look of this kitchen was to give the cabinetry in the main kitchen a furniture feel and look, so that it blended and complimented the rest of the décor in the large open-plan living space. We achieved this by specifying textured oak with a mid-tone grey stain for the overhead cabinetry above the cooking area and also for the large bank of floor-to-ceiling cabinetry that takes up the side wall. A unique detail contributing to the furniture look is the negative detail between the oak doors.

For continuity, we used the same timber for the legs that support the bar top on the kitchen island. For the benchtop on the island I used leather finished Titanium Granite contrasted with a narrow sheet of hardwearing Dekton with dark slate-look finish for the slightly elevated bar top. For the splashback, we used light green tiles with a crackle glaze, with cantilevered display shelves in oak. The inclusion of subtle LED lighting under the over cupboards, in the shelving, and along the bar back, plus four oversized pendants complete the scheme.

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Point Wells Kitchen

The homeowners of this architecturally designed house requested a space that worked with the resort feel of their new home. The rough footprint was outlined on the plans, including the location of a large scullery, located behind the main kitchen. Seating at the island, a large fridge and two ovens were also requested, as well generous benchtops and plenty of storage in the scullery/pantry.

Our vision for the look of this kitchen was to give the cabinetry in the main kitchen a furniture feel and look, so that it blended and complimented the rest of the décor in the large open-plan living space. We achieved this by specifying textured oak with a mid-tone grey stain for the overhead cabinetry above the cooking area and also for the large bank of floor-to-ceiling cabinetry that takes up the side wall. A unique detail contributing to the furniture look is the negative detail between the oak doors.

For continuity, we used the same timber for the legs that support the bar top on the kitchen island. For the benchtop on the island I used leather finished Titanium Granite contrasted with a narrow sheet of hardwearing Dekton with dark slate-look finish for the slightly elevated bar top. For the splashback, we used light green tiles with a crackle glaze, with cantilevered display shelves in oak. The inclusion of subtle LED lighting under the over cupboards, in the shelving, and along the bar back, plus four oversized pendants complete the scheme.

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Point Wells Kitchen

The homeowners of this architecturally designed house requested a space that worked with the resort feel of their new home. The rough footprint was outlined on the plans, including the location of a large scullery, located behind the main kitchen. Seating at the island, a large fridge and two ovens were also requested, as well generous benchtops and plenty of storage in the scullery/pantry.

Our vision for the look of this kitchen was to give the cabinetry in the main kitchen a furniture feel and look, so that it blended and complimented the rest of the décor in the large open-plan living space. We achieved this by specifying textured oak with a mid-tone grey stain for the overhead cabinetry above the cooking area and also for the large bank of floor-to-ceiling cabinetry that takes up the side wall. A unique detail contributing to the furniture look is the negative detail between the oak doors.

For continuity, we used the same timber for the legs that support the bar top on the kitchen island. For the benchtop on the island I used leather finished Titanium Granite contrasted with a narrow sheet of hardwearing Dekton with dark slate-look finish for the slightly elevated bar top. For the splashback, we used light green tiles with a crackle glaze, with cantilevered display shelves in oak. The inclusion of subtle LED lighting under the over cupboards, in the shelving, and along the bar back, plus four oversized pendants complete the scheme.

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