Australia Kitchen and Bathroom Trends AU Kitchen and Bathroom Trends Vol. 30/8 - Page 72

This page: Storage is provided in tall cabinets either side of the cooking centre, as well as the lower drawers. There is also a separate scullery where all the food preparation takes place. Facing page: The kitchen is positioned in the heart of the home, at one end of a large family living space that opens to the outdoors. Story by Colleen Hawkes Photography by Jamie Cobel 70 continuing the industrial look of the monochromatic colour palette,” says the designer. “The tall doors at either side of the unit are inset with stainless steel plate that’s similar to the benchtops.” Functionality was also high on the agenda. The tall cabinets on the left side at the rear accommodate pantry storage. A similar cabinet on the right, with pull-out shelving search | save | share at for plates and glasses, is positioned next to the oven tower. “The kitchen has a wealth of storage, with a lot of this provided within the island,” says Shallard. “There is also a separate scullery that can be closed off from view with sliding doors. The owners undertake all the food preparation in this part of the kitchen, where there is a refrigerator and a separate sink.” To provide further visual continuity, an extended fire surround at the opposite end of the room features similar raw concrete, blackened steel and black-stained American white oak panels. Stone floor tiles also help to tie the spaces together visually. save | share | resource list Search 44831 at