The client wanted an industrial styled kitchen renovation, and it was delivered. The plywood, steel and engineered stone fuse together effortlessly to bring a raw, industrial and moody feel to this area.
The client wanted something eye catching yet unobtrusive so opted for handles that were cut half the width of the drawer, and able to be easily opened.
Centre Line Handles
The cabinetry in this kitchen was made from plywood, stained black. It’s striking, bold colour brings out the industrial and moody feel to the kitchen area. The centre line handles on the doors were designed by the client and custom made from mild steel. The handles were designed to blend into the cupboards, and be ‘unseen’.
To keep with the industrial styling, the clients opted for a stainless steel bench top in the work areas and a beautiful engineered stone for their ‘breakfast bar’. The engineered stone is finished with a negative detail feature and waterfall end.
To improve the aesthetic of the extractor unit, and to bring it in line with the styling of the rest of the kitchen, it was wrapped with folded stainless steel.