The owners of this delightful kitchen wanted the new project to have the appearance of a beautifully preserved antique rather than a pristine museum display and so called on the team at Individual to create cabinetry that would transport them to the fields of France.
Large and exaggerated bold features — reminiscent of true French provincial styling — prevail with not a single detailed or carved corbel in sight. To further impose the European image, all mouldings were custom-made and machined to achieve the raw originality associated with regional kitchens. And while the space has the façade of being aged with time, the internals are fitted with the latest high quality hardware.
- a fresh twist on French Provincial with the use of modern materials
- look is created through detail to the end panels, corbells and external skirting
- A butler sink has been inserted
- 40mm thick, stained ash timber blends with the floors and the doors.
- On the other side is black granite which blends to the window frame
- A customised mantel and chimmy frame help to influence an authentic look to the kitchen space.
- The use of white helps to contrast.