By . Kitchen. Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 04:04:40 AM.
This architecturally designed kitchen was a collaboration between Carpentech and the home builder, Eco-Logical Building, to create a compact kitchen that offers easy access to the most-used features.
Local building codes often state that there must be an electrical outlet every 4 feet in the kitchen. White outlets are seemingly the color of choice for electricians — and therein lies the bane of my design existence. With their glaring contrast, white outlets in a nonwhite backsplash detract from the beauty of the tile. Fortunately, you can avoid this dilemma by coordinating your outlets and wall plates with the color of your backsplash tile, as shown in this photo.
Continuing the themes of clean lines and integration, the cabinetry was fitted with handles before being lacquered together. Each was fitted with Blum soft-closing hardware, and overhead cabinetry features the Aventos vertical lift mechanism.
As the focus, the solid American Oak island benchtop with a lime wash effect is understated yet extremely effective in softening the harsh surrounding materials. Along the wall where the ‘working’ part of the kitchen is located, the HanStone benchtop and satin finish cabinetry in Dulux Whisper White offers a contemporary, sleek finish to the area.
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