Doors and trims painted in standard palette colours of light and slate grey
This kitchen is designed not around the beauty of the product but rather around the needs of the family with a large open dining space at the lighter end of the kitchen.
The design incorporates the use of quartz for worktops and as a sink splashback. The material is also used to provide a divide and shelving. The half-island housing the wine rack provides a natural division between the kitchen and the dining area.
Two standard palette colours have been used for the cabinets and solid wood doors that feature raised and fielded centre panels. The darker slate grey has been used for the left side of the kitchen, in contrast with the light grey on the right side, but any colours are possible. The aim of the colour contrast is to add interest to what is a long galley kitchen.