The owners of this kitchen wanted a space that suited the dramatic facade of their circa 1880s terrace. They now have a room that not only captures this majestic aesthetic, but also incorporates a grand design.
Upon entering this kitchen, your eyes are drawn to the striking mantle and stove. The mantle shelf features double federation capping to truly capture that opulent style, with decorative cabinetry and drawers to the bench complementing it. Fluted pilasters either side of the stove unit and in the island ensure this theme is carried throughout the room.
The pilasters aren’t the only thing worth noting about the island bench. This is the perfect central prep space, with ample storage underneath to ensure maximum functionality. The detailed marble benchtop again pays homage to the grand provincial style of the home’s design.
A second equally striking marble is then used in the bench space around the room’s border. Multiple preparation and cooking stations were catered for, allowing for a large family to cook in the kitchen together. Designer Michelle Christofi for Premier Kitchens
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Cabinet doors/Panels Polyurethane shaker doors in Dulux Whisper White satin finish
Hinges & drawer runners Blum Legrabox
Storage solutions Blum inner drawers
Pull-out bins Blum pull boy
Benchtop Mable honed Elba and honed Statuario (island)
Handles Porcellino (drawers), Rivoli knob (cabinets)
Splashback White gloss subway tiles
Oven/ Cooktop Ilve freestanding cooker
Rangehood Ilve Undermount/concealed
Flooring Natural timber
Lighting Under cupboard
Tapware Armando Vicario