The popular concrete finish cabinetry works well combined with the high gloss acrylic wall units and an imposing island that houses a wine fridge. Facing the open plan dining area, and next to the breakfast bar, an additional base unit, we designed this without a plinth on this side to flatter the streamlined base of the island.
All the features you would expect to find in a new kitchen have been incorporated – from the Quooker boiling water tap, AEG appliances, undercupboard and counter lighting and beautiful Classic Quartz worksurfaces and splashbacks in Monaco. Above the island, a NOVY extractor that is an aesthetic feature as well as a practical one completes the kitchen.
The veins of the Monaco Quartz are book matched throughout the surfaces, creating beautiful continuous patterns that resemble stunning pieces of art.
There is plenty of storage in the new kitchen, with several large pan drawers, tower units and ceiling height wall cupboards, all with brushed steel inset handles.
There are further plans to change the interior design in other spaces within the home. The accent colours in the kitchen will change from the vibrant lime green that currently invites the green outdoor spaces in to the indoor spaces.
We look forward to revisiting Sally and Phil’s kitchen soon to photograph it again and share how adaptable this contemporary German manufactured kitchen cabinetry can be.