It’s in the details
More than any other room in the house, this kitchen succeeds in its attention to detail. There is a multitude of elements to consider – finishes and surfaces, the choice of appliances and the colours are just a few, as are handles, taps, sinks, flooring… the list goes on!
Cedar has been used for durability and a warm aesthetic. Here, it’s a soothing counterpoint to the boldness of the colour. The oversized pantry door in the kitchen designed by Neil Fenwick Architects is finished in Resene Daredevil.
To enhance the traditional feel of the kitchen, Liesl chose gutsy lighting and beautifully detailed and burnished cabinetry handles.
In the Johnstone kitchen, subtle use of black complements the whitewashed oak cabinets. Once the black oven had been chosen, shiny textured tiles followed.