By Alderic Sylviane. Kitchen. Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 15:39:36 PM.
After the removal of two main walls, there were several rooms that needed to be moved around, including the original kitchen, which was shifted out of its separate-room location and into the existing lounge. The old kitchen area was then transformed into a study.
Glass cabinets create a lovely focal point when placed next to a hood, but are they practical? Unless you’re prepared to constantly clean the glass of the grease and grime emanating from cooking, it’s best to install them elsewhere.
The kitchen is finished with a Cleaf timber-grain upstand that provides a division between the two thicknesses of stone used in the work surfaces. The resulting kitchen is eye-catching and functional, with an abundance of storage space.
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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