A semi retired father knew just what he wanted for his blissful Bayview home, a timeless aesthetic that would take nothing away from the panoramic views over McCarrs Creek and Kuringai National Park.
Light neutral colours were chosen to keep attention on the outside aspect. Shaker doors in off white with a light coloured engineered stone sit gently against the natural timber floor. The splashback is mirrored to reflect the stunning panoramic outlook.
The island bench has underslung sinks to enjoy the vista whilst prepping food and cleaning up with direct access to the entertaining deck and suspended pool. The view of the trees and skyline changes throughout the day making the kitchen a joy to work in.
The island bench is large and allows guests to sit during meal preperation and is an ideal spot for a quick meal. Grey tiles are soothing and match the veins in the stone benchtop. The freestanding wide oven makes baking easy and feature hood suits the traditional style of the kitchen and is highly functional.
Sliding glass doors were installed to open the kitchen up to the alfresco entertaining area and pool. The black fireclay sink is a feature and very practical for a relaxed country lifestyle.
Glass display doors showcase a collection of blue and white objects that inject colour and personality into the kitchen.
The laundry has the same finishes as the kitchen for continuity and is a pleasant place to care for clothes with it’s lovely leafy outlook.
The powder room is a more dramatic version of the tiles used in the kitchen with darker stone and dark vanity, mirror and tapware adding some pizzaz to the space.
The main bathroom continues the colour scheme and is spacious with a full size free standing bath and large walk in shower. Niches above the bath and in the shower recess are practical and add a feature. The modern colour scheme is dramatic and suits understated luxury of the home.