By Manu Marianne. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, January 11th, 2018 - 07:56:34 AM.
Semi-reflective surfaces on both the cabinets and benches would allow for the effective disbursement of the natural light entering the kitchen, as well as the artificial light used to highlight certain areas of aesthetic importance.
Smart planning and reworking of interior structures created an open-plan kitchen within the central hub of the home. It was designed to accommodate a large preparation worktop with an abundance of drawer storage that worked as a casual breakfast bar, and also opened out onto the new outdoor entertaining area.
A clean colour scheme reflected the plentiful natural light via a large window located at one end of the kitchen. This also allowed views of the sparkling pool from the kitchen area. In the evening, the multicolour LED lighting under the breakfast bar mirrored that of the lighting installed around the pool area, an interesting concept to connect the two areas.
Clean lines, an abundance of bench space created with solid marble, and plenty of overhead and under-bench cabinetry demonstrate that sometimes less is more. Look closer, and you’ll find that behind this simple, clean design there are many practical internal mechanisms created to improve efficiency for the cook.
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