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Modern kitchen has 70s legacy

Modern kitchen has 70s legacy
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When the owners engaged us to design a new kitchen, their brief called for a solution that reflected the neo-modern look of their 70s-era home. Our solution was a kitchen renovation that utilised an eclectic mix of materials and surfaces: rimu veneer, stained American oak, a tiled splashback and paint finishes. The finished kitchen is distinctive: at once contemporary, yet undeniably sympathetic to the design roots of the home.

Our design made the most of the available space, providing ample storage and a functional layout that makes working in the kitchen a real pleasure.

KITCHEN DESIGNER:  Neo Design

MANUFACTURE + INSTALLATION: Neo Design

MATERIALS:
  • Kitchen cabinets: American oak veneer, rimu veneer, polyurethane paint finishes
  • Kitchen bench tops: engineered stone benchtops
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