Classical Kitchen

As featured on front cover of Australian Kitchen Trends Magazine Volume 28 No 9, 2012.

One of the key challenges I faced on this kitchen project was the lack of space available for a separate laundry within my client’s home. We needed to find a solution that would allow the laundry equipment to be integrated into the design without compromising the usability, functionality and layout of the available kitchen space.

To overcome this we combined a strong unifying theme across the design – blurring the line between kitchen and laundry – with some clever concealment of appliances. We used the same style of granite bench tops for all the work surfaces, in combination with some beautiful matching hand-made cabinetry. This ensured the entire space worked as one, giving a singular cohesive look.

The end result is the client has gained a significantly larger usable kitchen work space – unless you lived there it is unlikely you would even realise the laundry was there...

Natalie can be seen discussing this kitchen in the following video (as featured in Trends Magazine):

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