Drew and Jay

A light, breezy kitchen in a nautical style that feels classy and timeless

The original house design had the kitchen area all around the wrong way and needed some serious attention…

The brief – start fresh. The original house design was all around the wrong way regarding the kitchen area and needed some serious attention.

We decided to move the kitchen into a more central position and use the old space for the dining area with access to a wall of a tall pantry and storage space.

Keeping the details nautical style, light and breezy. The doors and panels are panel form Tongue and groove style (profile Lyon), which will always stand the test of time.

The bench top is a 20mm Dekton compact surface, Helena profile. This is a beautiful bench which looks and feels all class. The patterns of the stone are next level and complements the cabinetry.

By using the same materials as on the oak flooring. We created some open shelves and installed strip lighting which help make this project become a beautiful space.

Budget for kitchen: $25k plus