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Material Magic in Murrays Bay Kitchen
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Designer Peta Davy, of Yellowfox, has taken an eclectic approach with the materials and surfaces used in this
new entertainer's kitchen
: timber veneer to the cupboards and overhead storage, two-pack polyurethane (Resene 1/8 Sago) to the drawers, composite stone benchtop and new floorboards in solid oak.
In less skilled hands, this combination could be overdone, but here, the overall look and feel is elegant, clean and uncomplicated. The designer's skilled use of colour and materials keeps the kitchen looking fresh, stylish and appealing.
The secret is restricting each material and colour to a primary use: timber to the overheads and pantry doors, polyurethane below the benchline, and the composite stone that forms the top and sides of the island. This keeps the shapes in the kitchen simple and monolithic, maintaining a sense of order and calm to the overall scheme.
The entertainment unit, featuring frosted glass sliding doors, is a clever piece of design that
conceals TV, sink, coffee maker, coffee bin and appliance shed.
As with all Neo Design kitchens, materials and finish are of the highest quality including Hettich 'ArciTec' drawer systems.
Peta Davy, Yellow fox Design
MANUFACTURE + INSTALLATION
: Neo Design
Island top: Atlantic Granite from Architectural Stone
White composite stone benchtop either side of oven and entertainment unit
Overhead cupboards and scullery door: c
rown-cut American oak veneer (finished in clear satin two pack polyurethane)
Glass splashback colour-matched to walls
Hettich Arcitech drawer systems.
Matai flooring (existing)
Entertainment unit conceals TV, sink, coffee maker, coffee bin, appliance shed, all behind sliding glass doors.
Drawers: two-pack polyurethane paint, colour Resene 1/8 Sago.
Wine cooler by Vintec
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