A simple client wish list for this kitchen renovation … maximize storage whilst maintaining the current footprint.
The original kitchen had white cabinets and white stone tops, the vast open plan space and spectacular views gobbled up the white on white and did little to enhance the concrete floors. Flipping the pallet to Black on Black gave the space substance and suited the industrial vibe of the home.
Dysfunctional pantry doors that opened into workspaces were replaced with pocket sliding hardware allowing pantry and crockery doors to remain open without inhibiting workflow while the family cooked.
Hardwearing finishes ensured durability and finger print free maintenance.
Hardworking cabinet makers at The Kitchen Business ensured the finer details were executed precisely.
The latest Waikato show home for Mike Greer Homes embraces indoor outdoor living. External corner sliding doors allow a seamless transition from the family room to the north facing covered living area which provides shade in the summer and shelter in the winter.
The interior palette was driven by the architectural features of the impressive 2 story home. Working along side the Mike Greer team we curated a moody industrial interior, the depth of colour was balanced by the light filled spaces.
The entrance features an impressive Oak open tread stairwell, the Oak flooring continues through to the open plan living and compliments the matt black kitchen cabinetry. A sprinkle of metallic wallpapers and an oversized barn door add texture and depth.
Show home is situated at 32 Kimbrae Drive, Hamilton