Kitchen Pantry Design Ideas
Minosa | Design Life Better
Large kitchens with a large family that all get involved with cooking on regular occasions means there needs to be a large focus on zones, active vs passive over the very old and traditional thinking of the working triangle. By separating the zones and providing large preparation space between appliances the homes regular cooks could do so without interference or hindrance.
de Wacht Cabinets & Design Pty LTD
Granite matched with American Oak Solid Timber Frames and Condari Seneca cylindrical Rangehoods with Dulux Black Matt in surrounding cabinetry. With Four functional preparation areas. Base cupboards have Aluminium Luxe Finger recess handles whilst overheads were fingerpull overhang to fit the industrial brief and slimline look.
Our Armadale residence was a converted warehouse style home for a young adventurous family with a love of colour, travel, fashion and fun. With a brief of “artsy”, “cosmopolitan” and “colourful”, we created a bright modern home as the backdrop for our Client’s unique style and personality to shine. Incorporating kitchen, family bathroom, kids bathroom, master ensuite, powder-room, study, and other details throughout the home such as flooring and paint colours. With furniture, wall-paper and styling by Simone Haag. Construction: Hebden Kitchens and Bathrooms Cabinetry: Precision Cabinets Furniture / Styling: Simone Haag Photography: Dylan James Photography
A hidden breakfast bar and pantry is revealed via custom bi-fold sliding doors from Hafele. Photo by Derek Swalwell.
G&M Craftsman Cabinets
When the collaboration between client, builder and cabinet maker comes together perfectly the end result is one we are all very proud of. The clients had many ideas which evolved as the project was taking shape and as the budget changed. Through hours of planning and preparation the end result was to achieve the level of design and finishes that the client, builder and cabinet expect without making sacrifices or going over budget. Soft Matt finishes, solid timber, stone, brass tones, porcelain, feature bathroom fixtures and high end appliances all come together to create a warm, homely and sophisticated finish. The idea was to create spaces that you can relax in, work from, entertain in and most importantly raise your young family in. This project was fantastic to work on and the result shows that why would you ever want to leave home?
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.
GDP Interior Design
With functionality and a clean look in mind, this bright open kitchen delivers and becomes the heart of the this traditional home. Prep space and storage includes a study nook
Sloane Square No.92 External Wall Cabinet. Archway House No.106 External Base Cabinets. Leadenhall No.118 Larder Exterior. Kitchen by Smallbone of Devizes. Smallbone’s Beaconsfield showroom.