Collection by Beck Sonts

Finding My Unique Kitchen In A Town Of Average


After waiting many years I was finally able to build the kitchen I had long dreamed of. Unfortunately trying to find the 'unique' I personally desired, in a small capital city, was much harder than I ever expected. It seems anything outside the box called 'average' was much to hard to contemplate. After much searching I finally found my 'unique' and will be forever grateful.

The raw black steel island bench is complemented by black appliances and overhead feature cupboards.
Power points containing USB's were selected from the Clipsal Saturn range.
The slim line light switch in Pure White from the Clipsal Saturn range were chosen to blend in with the surrounding...
The charcoal effect of the Porters Paint Palm Beach...
The black stainless steel fridge was chosen to complement the raw steel island bench top.
While the intention was to have a very monochromatic and somewhat industrial look some potted Coleus plants were added...
After residing in the US and having a kitchen faucet with a seperate pull out spray tap it was definitely a feature I...
The window frame to the right was finished in a Porters Paint Industrial Lustre paint called Nautilus, that created a...
The kitchen island bench top consists of a 5mm thick piece of raw black steel that has been treated with Penetrol.
The Fenix finish on the dining table complements the raw steel finish of the island bench and creates somewhat of a...
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