Design by Andrea Ellis – Kitchen Studio North Shore
The clients were very clear on their vision for their new kitchen. Firstly, it was very important that a combination of wood, natural tones with crisp white cabinetry was used to give a “scandy” feel.
Secondly, they wanted to incorporate an “uber” modern kitchen into their grand colonial villa whilst maintaining a harmonious relationship with the period features.
To maximise the feeling of space we utilised the elevated stud height, one wall of cabinetry was 2.4m high and other was 3m.
A matte blanco silgranit sink and tap accentuates the contemporary feel whilst lending a lovely tactility to an otherwise ordinary area.
Blum legrabox Tip-On drawers and Aventos bifold finger pull wall units were used to keep the kitchen looking clean.
All of the lines in the kitchen and cabinetry were carefully considered and placed to add more sophistication to the space.
Ensuring the right balance of wood and white cabinetry.
The warm LED lighting creates a nice ambiance.
The Dekton Kelya benchtop’s warm hues complemented the natural tones of the bamboo cabinetry whilst the subtle light marbling worked well with the crisp white cabinetry.
The matte Dekton splashback was used for its simplicity as not to draw the eye away from the key features in the design.
Various Ambi Line Blum drawer inserts was used to help with organisation.
Blum Legrabox pantry drawers with glass fronts and sides help with visibility and storage.