When the Yerburghs were considering a building project to extend the living area of their home, they decided to knock down the wall between the kitchen and dining rooms to open up a large space, giving them a host of options to re-create the idea living area.
Our clients were keen that the rear wall should feature symmetrical units, as it was a focal point when looking back from the extension.
Designer Derek suggested a false wall to extend this run, to maximise the area for the cooking appliances and build in some walk-in storage behind; as well as making the left wall a wine area by the seating end of the island, so separating the leisure and working sections without losing the balance of the design.
Our clients love colour in their home, but as the units are in the main living area it had to be ore subtle, so the outer units were selected in a light, airy Arctic White, with the eye drawn to the island’s rich blue, selected from hundreds of custom colours available in the Leicht range. More neutral Karndean flooring and Georgian Bluffs Caesarstone helped to bring everything together.
The cooking and cooling appliances were Miele, complemented by a Quooker boiling water tap.
Please see our before pictures below...