“Connecting the informal dining table to the island is not only a striking feature of the design by Darren Genner but a clever way of maximising the space, allowing for unobstructed flow from the front of the house to the back courtyard. While the owner wanted a minimalist, contemporary look, they didn’t want a stark white kitchen, so we chose a balanced mix of timeless neutrals with the white, and light and dark shades of grey in the satin panels. This was paired with a timber veneer, which adds warmth and texture, along with the timber flooring.
These finishes are used throughout the home, so there’s great continuity in design. The smoked mirror above the top cupboards and the axolotyl patina finish on the table continue the grey story, while the stucco painted finish on the nearby wall adds interest and contrast.”
SHOP THE LOOK
~ Cabinet doors Satin polyurethane in four Dulux colours (Shale Grey, Grey Pebble quarter, Woodland and White on White), Evencognac eveneer timber veneer
~ Internal hardware Blum and Hettich
~ Benchtop Corian Glacier White, custom-made axolotyl standard patina finish on the table
~ Handles Kethy recessed
~ Splashback Glass window
~ Kickboards Brushed aluminium
~ Flooring French Oak floorboards
~ Lighting LED down and strip lights, Smithfield by Jasper Morrison pendant from Special Lights
~ Oven Miele combi wall oven and plate warmer
~ Cooktop Miele induction and gas wok burner
~ Rangehood Ilve
~ Dishwasher Miele integrated
~ Refrigerator Westinghouse double integrated
~ Microwave Miele convection
~ Sink Mercer undermount double sinks
~ Taps Inox flick mixer
~ Bar fridge Bar Fridges Australia want more?
The smoked mirror above the top cabinets adds luxury.
We love the mix of white and grey hues and timber veneer of the cabinets