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Artichoke worked with the renowned interior designer Michael Smith to develop the style of this bespoke kitchen. The detailing of the furniture either side of the Wolf range is influenced by the American East Coast New England style, with chromed door catches and simple glazed wall cabinets. The extraction canopy is clad in zinc and antiqued with acid and wax.
The green painted larder cabinet contains food storage and refrigeration; the mouldings on this cabinet were inspired from a piece of Dutch antique furniture. The pot hanging rack enabled us to provide lighting over the island and saved littering the timbered ceiling with unsightly lighting. There is a pot filler tap and stainless steel splashback.
Primary materials: Hand painted cabinetry, steel and antiqued zinc.
Kitchen Design by Marcus Otten
Interior Design by Toni Palmer Designs
General Contractor, Nick Muller, Nehemiah General Contractors
Photography by David Lauer Photography
Like most high rises in the city, this kitchen was lacking in square footage. To give the illusion of more space, super white cabinetry from Grabill Cabinet Company and Arabascato quartzite countertops were installed. Perfect for entertaining, dual peninsulas comfortably provide seating for four people.
The multi-tiered ceiling provides both general task lighting & ambient cove lighting accentuating the architectural details in this kitchen. The Wolf induction cooktop and single oven, along with the Broan ventilation system, fit perfectly on limited available wall space.
Neutral arabesque glass backsplash tile was used on the wall behind the hood to create an eye-catching focal point.
Kitchen Stove Area, with open cabinets below the gas stove top and beautiful stainless steel tile back splash from Mohawk.
These clients incorporated their stunning view into the design of their home. With the advise from Astro's talented Kitchen & Bath Designer, their vision was able to come true throughout these beautiful spaces.
CbD’s Splashback is this ever-changing spirit, embodied in a sleek sheath of fine, bespoke copper. A living, breathing kitchen terroir - a relative to the sourdough loaf - it is an expressionistic mirror to the changing conditions of the kitchen. Anti-microbial, and an even distributor of heat, CbD’s copper Splashback will patina in relationship with your specific environment, providing a kaleidoscopic piece of artwork, tailored by your workplace or home.
Photos by Robyn Cusack
Level Three: Base and tall cabinets in grey-stained European oak are topped with quartz countertops.
The bronze leather bar stools are height-adjustable, from bar-height to table-height and any height in between. They're perfect for extra seating, as needed, in the living and dining room areas.
Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego