Innaloo – Barnes St

Project Overview

This Innaloo house needed love in the heart of the home. Their kitchen was renovated to open up the space and add bold monochrome contrasts.

Rooms – Kitchen 

Budget – $25,000 – $30,000

Scope & Goals

  • Symmetrical design
  • Abundance of well placed storage
  • Sleek look
  • Modern take on traditional

What we did to achieve their goals

The symmetrical design of the kitchen provides ample storage solutions and creates a visually harmonising design. The kitchen boasts copious amounts of bench space with a large island bench centred within the kitchen area.

A Velux skylight window installed centred to the kitchen cooktop allows masses of natural light to filter into the room and creates perfect symmetry tying in with the cabinetry design. Using Nero Marquina porcelain panels to the front of the island cabinet, on the cooktop bench and splashback provides the perfect contrast against the white cabinetry and gives the kitchen a modern contemporary feel. This product was also selected because of its ability to create a minimal fine edge along the front of the benchtop. The inclusion of 5k strip lighting accentuates the vein patterns running through the panels which ties in with the white cabinetry.

Careful considerations were made when selecting appliances. The selection of black appliances contrast against the white cabinetry whist complimenting the accents of black within the kitchen design. The integrated microwave and ovens provide a slimline, sleek look to the cabinetry.

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