The Reynolds wanted a solid hard-wearing and beautiful kitchen and eventually decided on a light maple kitchen with a shaker cabinet door profile with modern square knobs and wooden drawers to match.
We designed their kitchen furniture to run the length of the room and at the same time cater to the primary cooking functions while serving the need for adequate storage and sitting as well. The run was conveniently broken by a tall freestanding fridge-freezer placed between two windows and a symmetrical piece of furniture comprised of curved ends on the opposite wall.
The walls were painted in a refreshingly light blue and toughened glass splackbacks were placed by the cooking zone in a matching colour. The characterful granite surfaces were chosen to work well with maple but yet pose a sufficient contrast to the rest of the finishes.