To re-design the original kitchen plan as he ‘felt’ the architect hadn’t got it right.
Clients’ wish list: A kitchen design that is stylishly impressive and functional and works seamlessly with the adjoining spaces. The interior style and ambiance: uncluttered, stylish, friendly, spacious, relaxed and functional.
This open-plan kitchen design certainly has a coastal ‘vibe’ and has been planned for future family sized functionality to include seperate preparation zones and a secondary sink. The selection of low maintenance and mix of cost effective materials and finishes ensure practical durability. Colour, finishes and design highlights provide the stylish coastal feel this home deserves. The bulkhead and continuous shelf “contain” the kitchen and embrace the bold colour palette which has been softened with the addition of natural Tasmanian oak highlights complemented with a custom built Tasmanian Oak dining table (table under development). The result? A space seamlessly connected to the stunning outdoors, in which to prepare, cook, congregate and above all, enjoy. The kitchen simply completes the home – and has the important secondary purpose of impressing a future wife!
DESIGNED & BUILT
Builder: Chris O'Neill
Interior designer: Michelle Burton, Designing Divas