Newport Kitchen

Nestled on the shores of Pittwater, this architecturally designed home was in need of a update. The client’s came to Dan Kitchens with a desire to move the kitchen out into an adjoining space and build a scullery in the old kitchen area. The project was made all the more challenging by the necessity to conform to the home’s original colour scheme. Also included in the client’s brief was the aspiration for a large island that would serve as the focal point within the space. After a thorough design process with the clients involved at every stage, the end result is what you see presented here.
Light colours and warm timbers feature throughout the kitchen and scullery, illuminating the space and fulfilling the requirement for consistency with the home. A 4m island in man-made calacatta sits prominently in the room and is made all the more dramatic with angled overhangs at either end. A small, but well appointed scullery with stainless steel benchtop, welded-in sink, dishwasher, refrigerator and numerous storage options completes the design and stands as a practical area for preparing food while entertaining.
Newport Kitchen

The entertainers kitchen with feature island and scullery plays homage to the original colour scheme of the home.

A 4m long entertainers island

A 4m long island stands as the focal point of the new kitchen, with ample space for people to mingle around whilst entertaining.

The hidden scullery

Directly off the kitchen is the scullery, housed where once the old kitchen stood. A wide sliding door serves to conceal the room when not in use.

Wide views of Pittwater

Wide views of Pittwater through the row of bi-folding doors provides plenty of natural light and a beautiful backdrop to the kitchen.

The scullery with stainless steel benchtop

A stainless steel benchtop with welded-in sink serves the scullery well as a durable and hygienic space to prepare in.

Hidden storage at the front of the island

The American Oak panelling to the front of the island conceals hidden drawers.

Detail of the wing design at either end of the island

The overhangs on the island proved a challenge to build but the design would not have had the same impact without them.

Wolf cooktop modules set within a white stone benchtop

Wolf cooktop modules (steamer, gas cooktop and wok burner)

Artists impression of the kitchen

Dan Kitchen’s photo-realistic illustration, produced as part of their Design Service >

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