Beach Style Kitchen Design Ideas
The project was the result of a highly collaborative design process between the client and architect. This collaboration led to a design outcome which prioritised light, expanding volumes and increasing connectivity both within the home and out to the garden. Within the complex original plan, rational solutions were found to make sense of late twentieth century extensions and underutilised spaces. Compartmentalised spaces have been reprogrammed to allow for generous open plan living. A series of internal voids were used to promote social connection across and between floors, while introducing new light into the depths of the home.
Real Property Photography Logan
Hamptons style kitchen with walk in butlers pantry
Impala Kitchens and Bathrooms
DESIGN BRIEF “A family home to be lived in not just looked at” placed functionality as main priority in the extensive renovation of this coastal holiday home. Existing layout featured: – Inadequate bench space in the cooking zone – An impractical and overly large walk in pantry – Torturous angles in the design of the house made work zones cramped with a frenetic aesthetic at odds with the linear skylights creating disharmony and an unbalanced feel to the entire space. – Unappealing seating zones, not utilising the amazing view or north face space WISH LIST – Comfortable retreat for two people and extend family, with space for multiple cooks to work in the kitchen together or to a functional work zone for a couple. DESIGN SOLUTION – Removal of awkward angle walls creating more space for a larger kitchen – External angles which couldn’t be modified are hidden, creating a rational, serene space where the skylights run parallel to walls and fittings. NEW KITCHEN FEATURES – A highly functional layout with well-defined and spacious cooking, preparing and storage zones. – Generous bench space around cooktop and sink provide great workability in a small space – An inviting island bench for relaxing, working and entertaining for one or many cooks – A light filled interior with ocean views from several vantage points in the kitchen – An appliance/pantry with sliding for easy access to plentiful storage and hidden appliance use to keep the kitchen streamlined and easy to keep tidy. – A light filled interior with ocean views from several vantage points in the kitchen – Refined aesthetics which welcomes, relax and allows for individuality with warm timber open shelves curate collections that make the space feel like it’s a home always on holidays.
Bay Vista Design
Built by: LORECO PTY LTD
Cedar West Pty Ltd
Two elegant pairs of double-hung windows create a lovely symmetry in this modern kitchen design. The windows also feature our exclusive tilt-and-remove sash system for easy cleaning and painting. For more information about our double-hung windows, click here: https://cedarwest.com.au/double-hung-window
Henry and Co Interiors
Photographer: Fenella Calelli
Coastal, contemporary kitchen featuring custom joinery and polished chrome tapware.
South Coast Building Design
You’ll always be on holidays here! Designed for a couple nearing retirement and completed in 2019 by Quine Building, this modern beach house truly embraces holiday living. Capturing views of the escarpment and the ocean, this home seizes the essence of summer living. In a highly exposed street, maintaining privacy while inviting the unmistakable vistas into each space was achieved through carefully placed windows and outdoor living areas. By positioning living areas upstairs, the views are introduced into each space and remain uninterrupted and undisturbed. The separation of living spaces to bedrooms flows seamlessly with the slope of the site creating a retreat for family members. An epitome of seaside living, the attention to detail exhibited by the build is second only to the serenity of it’s location.
Intrim Group Pty Ltd
A coastal Hamptons home that is every bit the definition of 'Chic!' Hezzelic Homes were founded in 2008 and have been operating successfully in SE Queensland ever since. They pride themselves on their attention to detail and turning dreams to reality from concept to completion. This is one of their magnificent homes which has every detail meticulously considered, demonstrating the undeniable quality and passion that goes into the creation of every one of their homes. With white wash rinse throughout, a wine cellar, heated floors and brushed swiss brass tapware, this home is a true work of art. Intrim supplied Intrim SK767 in 135mm for skirting and 90mm for architrave. Build & Design: Hezzelic Homes