Thanks to one of our collaborative partners Cosentino we have been featured as one of their latest case studies.
They have chosen to feature the kitchen we had created together for a stunning renovation in Mosman Park.
The kitchen in this contemporary home has created waves of excitement throughout the global Cosentino network as they marvelled at how we worked on the Interiors in renovating and modernising it to complement the unique architecture of the home. We chose to use Silestone and Dekton surfaces which offers timeless appeal, sophistication and high performance.
The open-plan kitchen, dining and living area is united by curves, timber and white surfaces. Timber joinery stretches along the wall, providing cupboards and drawers for storage, and wine fridges conveniently positioned at the head of the dining table. Timber also frames the white cabinetry in the kitchen, and a timber shelf over the kitchen island conceals the rangehood and is decorated with trailing plants.
The kitchen island provides the sought-after wow factor with the benchtop sweeping up and over the base and LED strip lighting illuminating the timber. Kate selected Silestone Eternal Calacatta Gold for the benchtops for numerous reasons. “I wanted materials that were high performing and could guarantee longevity,” she explains. “They also needed to be timeless and oversized but gives me flexibility to achieve a point of difference in the design.”
You can read the article on Cosentino’s website HERE