High Stud Chesterfield
The owners built this home with usable space and multi living zones in mind. The cafe-style kitchen backs the wall of the open plan living space, with a tucked away scullery, hiding the fridge and main pantry.
Rich tones have been carried through the house, walnut stained oak flooring, dark walls, metallic wallpapers and bespoke lighting.
The use of hand finishes to the entry and scullery and kitchen wall add texture and interest to the contemporary setting.
The overall space was voluminous and needed grounding with the use of natural, materials. Stainless Steel detailing, 900 wide appliances and rich overhead timber cabinetry all add strength to the kitchen details.
Planning the wardrobe was a pivotal element in designing the master suite. The his and hers walk-in wardrobe wraps around the back of the bed, with one whole wall dedicated to show storage.