The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house. It needs to be carefully designed with traditional restrictions to make sure the kitchen is practical and long-term. This design is a simple and minimalistic design with many practical properties to allow a clean yet functional kitchen.
Maximising work space in the kitchen is something that we hear a lot when designing a kitchen layout. A long kitchen top doesn't necessarily mean that you have a lot of counter space to put all your meal preparation pots and bowls on.
What is the first thing that comes to our mind when thinking about a new kitchen? It's the counter space! Whether you have a big family or just a cute dog called Bella, we love, love, love when there is enough counter space to use when we need it.
We all love white kitchens. There is something about white colour that makes all rooms look much bigger and adds a beach vibe to it. But in this case we can't get our eyes off the V-groove style that is taking over this kitchen.
Our love for open-plan spaces calls for creativity with layouts. In this brief we had to master the flow between kitchen, laundry and butler pantry.
You could easily imagine this stunning black – yes black! – kitchen in a super-cool Manhattan loft but would you believe it’s at the heart of a busy family home in St Ives?
A reno blitz turned this old and tired unit in a prime location into a stylish and modern space.
Custom cabinetry, floating timber flooring and a smart stone island bench top; the look and quality is unmistakably high-end but the outcome was achieved on time and within a realistic budget.