A Moreish New Zealand Kitchen
Rising like a Phoenix from the ashes of its ‘difficult’ former self, this kitchen renovation is a dark chocolate delight.
Designed by B+P blog favourite, Annika Rowson, the original 70s kitchen was trapped by its awkward layout that disconnected it from the rest of the home.
One of the first moves was to raise the ceiling to open up the space and give a better flow into the adjacent dining/living space. The extra height allows the dark chocolate oak veneer cabinets to run free and lay the tonal foundation for the new kitchen. Buster + Punch’s SMOKED BRONZE hardware gives it added spice and complements the bronzed glass doors.
The hob was moved over to the clean, functional island in Dekton Liquid Shell, and the sleek cabinets house a host of stash cupboards and a sneaky built-in bar.
A discreet pivot door opens into a practical pantry with warm timber flooring, layered with sheer curtains.
Smart, detail rich, with a great balance of aesthetics and function. One for the mood boards.
[project. ANNIKA ROWSON.]
[photography. GINA FABISH.]