Newport Beach Kitchen

With sublime views of the ocean and Newport Beach, this bespoke kitchen renovation from the team at Dan Kitchens simply takes your breath away. The layout combines a single wall design with island, casual dining, study nook and spacious walk in pantry. Minimalist in design, appliances are concealed/integrated, handles are discreet, and the form is kept geometric and symmetrical. Apart from the gorgeous view, what stands out in this kitchen the bold material and colour palette. White Macaubas stonework, American Oak doors and shelves, and dark grey polyurethane paint combine to harmonise with the newly renovated home. The homeowners started their kitchen renovation journey by dropping into the Dan Kitchens showroom. They were met by Industrial Designer, Daniel Mazic, who, after scrutinising the architectural plans of their Newport home, suggested several ideas that the homeowners took a liking to. They then commissioned Dan Kitchens to design their kitchen, using the Design Service.
Amongst their aims for the renovations was to open up the kitchen to the outdoor alfresco area so the room would flow better, and take advantage of the amazing ocean views. The homeowners desired a more modern kitchen, with a colour scheme that was in harmony with the rest of the home. The polyurethane doors were painted in Dulux Woodland grey to match key architectural features of the home. The owners were well-travelled, having lived in many parts of the world, as such, had collected a unique set of antiques and items. It was important for the owners to have places to display these keepsakes around the home, including kitchen. Being a steep site with no elevator, during installation, access to the kitchen space on the top storey of the home was difficult. However the owners allowed the Dan Kitchens installation team use of the home’s inclinator, albeit, lifting one cabinet at a time.
A before photo of the Newport Beach kitchen.

The original kitchen, before the renovation by Dan Kitchens Australia.

Benchtops and splashbacks feature White Macaubas stone.

Benchtops and splashbacks in the kitchen feature a beautiful White Macaubas stone, cut from slabs of the same batch.

A custom kitchen with a bold colour scheme.

The Newport kitchen has a striking colour scheme of dark grey door fronts, warm hues from American oak, and neutral greys from the veined White Macaubas stone.

A modern, grey coloured kitchen overlooking Newport Beach.

A modern, practical kitchen, with much of the colour palette influenced by the materials found in the newly renovated home.

Looking down the galley of a grey kitchen.

The Newport Beach kitchen renovation features both touch motorised drawers and lip pull handles.

Looking inside the walk in pantry of the Newport Beach kitchen.

The large pantry is partially concealed from the living and dining spaces. It includes ample storage, timber shelving for displaying items, a coffee and tea making area, as well as a generously sized wine fridge.

Looking into the walk in pantry of the Newport Beach kitchen.

Looking into the walk in pantry of the Newport Beach kitchen. American oak shelves proudly display an array of antiques collected by the home owners on their travels.

A detail shot showing how the timber bench intersects with the stone on the kitchen island.

A detail shot showing how the American oak timber bench intersects with the Quartzite stone drop end on the kitchen island.

White Macaubas stone benchtop

Beautifully veined White Macaubas quartzite (honed finish).

A view from the kitchen overlooking the ocean at Newport Beach.

The kitchen renovation provides flow from the living space, to the outdoors, revealing a wonderful view of the ocean at Newport.

A 3D rendering of the Newport Beach Kitchen.

A photo-realistic illustration produced by Dan Kitchens Australia for the clients as part of the Design Service >

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