Cremorne Point Apartment 1 Kitchen

The new owners of a Sydney harbour apartment wanted to completely renovate their home. Having spent a lot of their time in the United States, the owners were exposed to different styles of kitchen and joinery to that of the local Sydney market. They were particularly fond of the kitchens with a lot more detail and scale. Eventually they favoured Hamptons style for it’s luxurious, yet relaxed, coastal aesthetic.
Having worked with Dan Kitchens Australia in the past, the owners were aware of their quality of workmanship and so entrusted Dan Kitchens with their project. Along with the kitchen, Dan Kitchens worked on many other rooms in this large, multi-level apartment, including the wardrobes, laundry, home office, vanities and tv unit. The end result was a major transformation from a simple kitchen (with an amazing view) to a very luxurious, detailed kitchen.
Cremorne Point Kitchen - Hamptons style

Stunning views of Sydney harbour feel an appropriate backdrop for this Hamptons style kitchen.

Detailed kitchen joinery in white paired with dark timber floors

High-end appliances from Gaggenau and Sub-Zero feature prominently in the kitchen.

Farmhouse fireclay sink with Perrin and Rowe taps

A fireclay sink and Perrin & Rowe tapware in nickel.

Kitchen cabinetry housing wine storage, integrated fridge and steamer

Harsh salty environment: The materials specified for this project needed to stand up to the rigours of the harbourside location.

Sub-Zero and Gaggenau appliances used throughout this Hamptons kitchen

Behind a lot of the traditional detailing lies a lot of modern technology, like integrated wine storage, refrigerators and dishwashers.

Close up of the benchtop edge profile

Some beautiful detailing and craftsmanship in the calacatta marble benchtop.

Jefferson Pull Handle

Solid handles plated in Nickel were especially imported from England for this project.

Detailed calacatta marble benchtop and splashbacks

Calacatta marble was used for both the benchtops and splashbacks.

Calacatta marble splashback

Wall cabinets house a powerful Qasair rangehood (extracted through the wall to the right) over a Wolf gas cooktop.

Inside the hamptons kitchen

Although there isn’t many wall cabinets or height to the kitchen, a multitude of deep drawers provide ample storage.

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