With a sleek circular design, sweeping curved benchtops and bulkhead, this kitchen makes a bold statement of style, prestige and winner of the HIA Kitchen of the Year.
Getting the best possible value out of an existing space is the hallmark of innovative kitchen design. When spatial constraints include working with existing tiled areas, high vaulted timber ceiling in a mud brick home, clever design solutions are needed to create a stunning impact.
The true beauty of this modern kitchen lies not solely in its looks but in the way it functions. The extra time spent at planning stage has paid back dividends, and the owners have a kitchen that works perfectly for them now and for years to come.
When a design combines modern trends with carefully detailed functionality, the kitchen will always be a pleasure to work in while looking sensational. Understandably, the owners are delighted with their award winning kitchen.
Previously a very small, ineffective, 40 year old kitchen, has now been replaced by the stunning space featured. Asked by the owners, who were renovating their home, to create a kitchen in a small area with the “Wow Factor”, Paul of EuroTrend used a combination of clever design choices and quality materials to bring this space to life and fulfil all the client’s needs and expectations.
To create the casual elegance and set the mood for this English-style kitchen, modern fridge and dishwasher appliances were hidden with decorative panels to allow the stove, sink, plate rack and other features to be the highlight of the room.
When a client requests a kitchen to be unobtrusive and minimal the words “less is more” comes to mind. It’s a design philosophy all about rejecting unwanted clutter and detail to reveal the fundamental features of the entire room.
This kitchen is all about stripping back the excessive and letting true design speak for itself.
Extra-large in proportion to suit it’s spacious setting, this contemporary kitchen is a functional centrepiece, complete with a mix of CaesarStone benchtops, frosted glass appliance centre, white satin doors and deliciously rich timber to complement the neutral tones. The ensuite and laundry also compliment the theme of the kitchen.
- CaesarStone benchtops
- Frosted glass appliance centre
- White satin doors
For this renovated kitchen, the owner wanted to blend a country look with contemporary features, such as traditional doors with modern glass splashbacks, stainless steel benchtop and appliances.
A central island bench, with a combination of stone and timeless timber finishes, creates a stunning feature with excellent visual appeal as well as being a place for the family to have their meals and for friends to perch while keeping the cook company.
The room also includes a number of custom-designed features. Catering to the request of the owner for a corner pantry, who were not happy with the traditional corner setup, Paul of EuroTrend Cabinets designed an efficient bi-fold corner pantry system with smooth gliding doors, the first of many to be manufactured. The proud owner of this kitchen is delighted with the design and functionality. Fold-away appliance doors, opens fully to reveal the small appliances that reside within and allows access to the benchtop.
Careful planning has seen a kitchen that encompasses plenty of storage space, an elegant mix of finishes and clever design solutions.
When the client’s requested a bold approach to decorating their kitchen and plenty of storage, Paul Costanzo of EuroTrend Cabinets was happy to oblige. He responded by using a range of materials in an innovative way.
The storage solutions were addressed by the use of many drawers and having only two people living in the home, the bi-fold appliance centre doubles as a pantry.
The result is a stunning, vibrant kitchen the client’s love working in.