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Balmoral Kitchen: Oak Timber Tones
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Designed to fit around a suite of new Fisher and Paykel appliances, this kitchen space could have become a slave to function. Instead architect Evelyn McNamara has deftly created a kitchen workspace that is elegant, bold and inventive. The kitchen island incorporates the induction hob-top, requiring a custom-built suspended shelf to house the extraction canopy.
The kitchen cabinets are finished in stained American Oak veneer which is
to highlight the grain. The richness of this finish is nicely off-set by the crisp white of the lacquered kitchen island.
Touches of red including the tapware, and custom-printed glass splashbacks designed by Auckland artist Flox, add sophistication and personality to complete this successful transformation.
Evelyn McNamara / Evelyn McNamara Architects
MANUFACTURE AND INSTALLATION:
Kitchen cabinets: stained American Oak veneer
Kitchen benchtops: engineered stone and stainless steel
Fisher & Paykel 519 litre ActiveSmart™ French Door Ice & Water refrigerator
Fisher & Paykel 90cm Touch Control induction cooktop
Fisher & Paykel 120cm VentSurface island rangehood
Fisher & Paykel 76cm pyrolytic built-in oven
ustom print glass splashbacks
Lacquer-finish island cabinets
This kitchen featured in TRENDS Magazine at
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