This architecturally designed house is home to three generations. The family had grown out of the old kitchen which now struggled to cater for their needs and decided it needed to have a light, sleek look which complimented the timber and exposed beams while keeping with the architect’s vision for the house.
The benchtop and cabinetry add a light feel while the dark stained American Oak veneer used on the toekicks, support beam cladding and negative detail under the benchtop and breakfast counter ties in the exposed timber beams featured throughout the house.
Further storage was created by reducing the size of a wall, eliminating a wing wall, adding lots of drawers, blocking in a pass-through window to make room for more cabinets, integrating a second fridge, and installing a Blum Space Tower into the pantry.
An additional work zone has been created behind a cavity slider, separating high traffic areas and created better flow while keeping the kitchen tidy.