Killarney Heights Kitchen

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Located in the northern Sydney suburb of Killarney Heights, this modest family home underwent extensive renovations to transform it into a practical family home and an entertainer’s paradise. Dan Kitchens was set the challenge of combining multiple rooms together to create one uniform and flowing space. The areas consisted of an expansive kitchen, scullery, laundry and bar area. The vision for the space was to open the rear of the home by removing and reconfiguring a significant number of internal walls to create a large plan kitchen.
Adding to the functionality and practicality, the purpose-built scullery and laundry where designed to fit seamlessly into the space but also have the ability to be hidden away at the close of a door. Enhancing the kitchen space and located close to the outdoor dining area is the bar area, designed to work with the flow of the kitchen space and harmoniously integrate the indoor and outdoor spaces. The kitchen style is a mix of traditional and modern influences, reflecting the clients taste for the eclectic. The detailed and intricate veneer work couples well with the shaker style panels to create a warm and inviting feel. The marble look stone benchtops and splashbacks complement the overall look and add to the level of sophistication.
The eclectic kitchen showing a mixture of materials and fittings

The rear of the home was reconfigured and opened up to create a combined kitchen and bar area, with laundry and scullery easily accessible in the adjoining rooms.

The island is made of an engineered stone

Drop-end island in an man-made calacatta stone.

Set into the ceiling is a cassette style rangehood

Rear face of the island with under bench oven and gas cooktop. The cassette style rangehood is built into the ceiling and extracts our through a cavity.

An AGA cooktop in light blue

Traditional cast iron AGA range adds to the eclecticism of the kitchen.

Next to the kitchen is the scullery

The scullery is directly off the kitchen and is ideal for benchtop appliances.

A small but inviting scullery

Although the scullery is hidden behind a door, it is finished to the same level of detail as the kitchen, complete with a stainless steel benchtop.

The bar area

The bar is ideally situated next to the outdoor entertaining area.

Custom wine drawers with clear glass windows

Lots of refining and customisation has gone into this kitchen. Pictured is a custom wine drawer with glass face.

ZIP Hydrotap with font

Black ZIP Hydrotap unit with font.

The bar area is adjacent to the kitchen

Although the kitchen and bar are combined, thought has gone into how the two are visually divided into discrete zones.

The original design illustration for the kitchen

A photo-realistic illustration created by Dan Kitchens Australia during their Design Service >

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