Materials: Doorstyle, White with integrated handle and walnut wall units. Worktops in Silestone ‘Blanco Maple’ and solid American Walnut.
This beautiful contemporary kitchen flows smoothly into the living area through the seamless polished concrete floor. The clients were very keen to have the integrated handle look in a streamlined design that still managed to be both bright and warm.
One of the ‘must haves was a Siemens 90cm wide fridge. When designing the kitchen, Per specified that a niche be constructed to neatly contain this fridge as well as the Miele combi-steam and single ovens and an ample tandem larder unit, thus making them disappear visually.
The main sink is under the window, the sill of which is constructed in Silestone to match the countertops. The high- board unit with a walnut top which finishes this section of the kitchen offers both extra storage space and a visual end to the kitchen; whilst also concealing the mess that can gather around the sink.
Positioned between the skylights which flood the room with natural light, the island is the main food preparation zone, its simple elegance is accentuated by the curves. Flowing from the deep drawer units, a circular cupboard contains the round prep sink inserted into a curving stone and Walnut surface. This is echoed by the walnut wall units with push release, one of which also conceals the Elica Glide extractor for a clean look.
The simplicity of the clear pendants over the island allows for the additional lighting while not competing for attention. This bespoke design with its restrained palette is both practical and beautiful, it’s considered elements chiming with both the dining and living zones in the rest of this open plan space.