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Award winning kitchen designer Davinia Sutton created this large modern kitchen around the concept of a front and rear kitchen, anchored by a central box form of two-toned dark stained veneer joinery - linking the two zones and intercepted with a layered island in the foreground for the space.

A monochromatic palette was chosen to accentuate the strong architectural form and boldness of volume within the space.  American White Oak Crown Cut was pressed as a cross-grain panel and given a custom stain to achieve the desired tone.

The front zone serves the day to day needs and services an outdoor BBQ area and adjacent family and dining rooms.  The rear provides overflow spaces along with additional prep zones, appliances and storage.

Credit: Davinia Sutton, Detail by Davinia  

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Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.

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Two-toned Veneer Kitchen

Award winning kitchen designer Davinia Sutton created this large modern kitchen around the concept of a front and rear kitchen, anchored by a central box form of two-toned dark stained veneer joinery - linking the two zones and intercepted with a layered island in the foreground for the space.

A monochromatic palette was chosen to accentuate the strong architectural form and boldness of volume within the space.  American White Oak Crown Cut was pressed as a cross-grain panel and given a custom stain to achieve the desired tone.

The front zone serves the day to day needs and services an outdoor BBQ area and adjacent family and dining rooms.  The rear provides overflow spaces along with additional prep zones, appliances and storage.

Credit: Davinia Sutton, Detail by Davinia  

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Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.

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Two-toned Veneer Kitchen

Award winning kitchen designer Davinia Sutton created this large modern kitchen around the concept of a front and rear kitchen, anchored by a central box form of two-toned dark stained veneer joinery - linking the two zones and intercepted with a layered island in the foreground for the space.

A monochromatic palette was chosen to accentuate the strong architectural form and boldness of volume within the space.  American White Oak Crown Cut was pressed as a cross-grain panel and given a custom stain to achieve the desired tone.

The front zone serves the day to day needs and services an outdoor BBQ area and adjacent family and dining rooms.  The rear provides overflow spaces along with additional prep zones, appliances and storage.

Credit: Davinia Sutton, Detail by Davinia  

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Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.
Bestwood Veneer, American White Oak Crown Cut. Designed by Davinia Sutton, Details by Davinia.

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