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The designers exceeded expectations, turning this part
of the kitchen into a striking visual feature that is practical
An asymmetrical finish was the outcome of o setting
the rangehood, while the large overhead hopper
cupboards appear to float mid-wall.
The designers were able to take advantage of high
ceilings and extend the top of the cabinets to 2400mm,
creating a lovely frame for the furniture piece.
As an additional visual feature the pantries were split,
allowing the grain of the laminate to run horizontally,
which in turn added to the long, streamlined finish of
Each pantry sits beside the wall oven and microwave
stack, creating symmetry.
Cleverly, the island bench has been designed to
appear as a solid block with an 80mm fascia essa stone top,
under mounted sink and 160mm boxed-out laminated ends.
Stainless steel appliances have been chosen
throughout with the dishwasher semi-integrated so as
to not interrupt the flow of cabinetry.
THE KITCHEN HAS BEEN DESIGNED AS A CENTRAL HUB OF THE FAMILY
AND ENTERTAINING SPACE IN THIS HOME.
LAMINEX Polar White with flint finish applied
to island and fronts under benchtop; Laminex
Lustrous Elm in natural finish elsewhere.
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