This was a complete replacement of Kitchen cabinets, fixtures and fittings, with the central feature being replacement of impractical vertically-orientated windows with a wide window of low profile which doubled as the splash back in this sunny side of the room.
The original layout was hampered by the window openings taking up useful space and the space was not utilised to potential.The new layout was designed by Wendy Cameron of Bay Design and enabled much more bench space by encroaching slightly on the adjoining dining area.
The cabinets were custom made with the floor cabinet doors and drawer fronts made from aluminium frames with opaque glass infills. The top cabinet doors and end panels were Jarrah veneer, with the ends comprising pantry and wall ovens neatly “book-ending” the veneer finish to floor level.
The work area bench top is stainless steel with integrated sinks, whilst the island benchtop and waterfall end are engineered stone with a discreet shadow line detail between them. The splash backs are mirrors and this bounces light about playfully.
The appliances were V-Zug electric and steam ovens and Miele induction cooktop and the Clients are absolutely delighted with their very practical and light-filled kitchen. The old kitchen cabinets, stone bench tops and appliances were recycled to another property.