The clients came to Dan Kitchens with a brief to move the kitchen into a lounge area. Due to our advice and considerations of the space the rear of the home was extensively renovated to create a larger open plan layout. The larger space freed the team at Dan Kitchens to design a far grander kitchen and scullery, in keeping with the client’s ambitions.
Many features of this Federation-age home were incorporated into the design, including recessed panel doors, high skirting boards, decorative handles and large cornicing. Where it diverts from the beaten path is the inclusion of dark timber flat panelling and high-end appliances more commonly found in modern style kitchens.
A wide calacatta island benchtop with wide ends is a statement piece.
Grey reflections mirror splashback connects with the outdoors.
A beautiful honey coloured travertine was sourced for the flooring, while the recessed panel cabinets were finished in a Dulux Whisper White.
Leading into the scullery. A skylight was added to illuminate an otherwise dark space.
A shallow tv unit built in the same dark timber as the kitchen.
The scullery. Glass cabinets display cherished items.
Integrated dishwasher behind a v groove door.
Double integrated wine storage cabinets from Sub-Zero.
A built-in gas fireplace and the owner’s artwork add personality to this manor kitchen.
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