Who doesn’t love to make a statement in their kitchen? PK Architects designed this pad for their clients who love to entertain. They wanted an elevated marble kitchen with ornate detailing around the trim of the kitchen. But they also wanted the island to be a statement piece of its own. They went with a copper island to give this kitchen a unique twist that complements the space.
Kitchens by Paul showcase a perfect blend of simplicity and sophistication. The clean lines and balanced proportions create a sense of harmony and visual interest, while the use of smoked oak and Fior di Bosco marble add a bold, luxurious touch.
This multi-toned kitchen was designed by Dries Vanlerberghe. The design features a Calacatta marble backsplash and a matching countertop. For a hint of drama, the designer used wood cabinets that match one of the tones in the marble detailing. It creates a modern atmosphere with a European flare that I adore.
Interior design studio, Arent & Pyke, will never shy away from color. For a more monochromatic look, the designers went with a green-colored marble that matches the cabinets. Their clients wanted a kitchen that fits white vibrant personalities and represents experiences of traveling and passion for art and entertaining.
Nina Maya Interiors brings a touch of elegance and luxury to this single-story pavilion house in Avalon, Sydney. The kitchen is covered in Brescia Green marble, sourced straight from the quarries of Italy by World Stone Australia and expertly crafted by Med Marble. This one-of-a-kind marble adds a unique flair to the space and is perfectly complemented by a stunning light fixture from Randy Zieber, creating a warm and inviting ambiance for any occasion.
The simplicity and elegance of each design, combined with the unique marble details, make each space truly special space. I hope this blog helped inspire your next project or just for fun!