This Richmond Apartment near the hustle and bustle of nearby Bridge Road displays the industrial design renovation so popular to this neighbourhood.
As seen (below) the previous Kitchen was dated and was inconsistent with the style and flow of other rooms in this Apartment. The new industrial design has created better functionality, flow and storage.
Listening to the client, there was a clear need for improved user-friendly cooking spaces, seamless functionality and better storage within the tight constraints. A clutter-free benchtop was also an ideal scenario!
The Kitchen Design aimed to create an industrial feel to complement the adjoining dining and living zones. Mary Maksemos, Richmond Designer set about creating a sophisticated Kitchen with the limited space available.
The outcome is a new kitchen that has an industrial vibe, clean lines, increased storage and includes an induction cooktop for easier apartment cooking.
The client adores the Qualia Black Matte doors mixed with the Concrete Formwood overhead cabinetry and front of island bench. The combination of these textures have nailed the industrial feel so well. The addition of the black finger pull handles and the matte black kickers further compliment the kitchen cabinetry.
The concrete benchtops create the final accompaniment to the cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances. The kitchen not only has an industrial, luxurious feel but also improved functionality for cooking.
A favourite part of this Kitchen Renovation is the Black Matte Concertina doors that open to the pantry and cleverly hide the coffee machine, appliances, and other items to keep benchtops “clutter free” and clear for meal preparation.
A true representation of a unique, individualised Kitchen Design in the client’s Richmond Apartment has now created a luxurious style with increased practicality and now easier to cook up a storm for family and friends!
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