Let’s Talk Kitchens & Interiors
For this multi-room renovation project, Let’s Talk Kitchens & Interiors provided the homeowners with a new kitchen, bathroom, laundry and entertainment unit. With high-quality materials and finishes, the spaces have a modern aesthetic.
Designed to accommodate the homeowners’ large family, the kitchen’s highly functional layout provides ample storage space. The split-level island bench features a granite top in ‘River White’ from Gladstone Granite Australia and a bar fridge, which is perfect for entertaining.
Positioned in the corner of the kitchen, the walk-in pantry is highly accessible. The well-lit pantry includes undermount LED task lights for increased visibility. With additional bench space and an integrated fridge, the pantry ensures that the kitchen remains free of clutter.
A matte-black finish was selected for the cabinetry, which beautifully contrasts with the white below-bench drawers. A full-length window splashback bathes the kitchen in natural light, while cohesive LED strip lighting illuminates high-traffic areas.
The overhead cupboards feature J-shaped grips for a sleek finish, and the below-bench cabinetry is fitted with ‘Greenwich’ pull handles from Lincoln Sentry.
Measuring 4.6m x 2.9m, the stunning kitchen was designed by Markus Sawatzki. Dual wall ovens were positioned at an optimum height to achieve a streamlined cooking process.
With a spacious shower, a dual vanity unit, and an integrated cupboard, the 3.4m x 3.7m bathroom exudes opulence.
Positioned below a window, the standalone bathtub is the perfect place in which to luxuriate. The vanity unit’s finish complements the other spaces within the home for visual cohesion. Its ‘Noce Barocco’ top by Duropal and ‘Bridge’ handles by Kethy imbue the modern space with inviting visual appeal. Showcasing a hexagonal-tile feature wall, the bathroom has a unique charm.
Let’s Talk Kitchens & Interiors works throughout the Melbourne metropolitan area and beyond, including the Yarra Valley and the Mornington and Bellarine peninsulas.
Specialising in creating practical interiors that are beautiful and stylish, the Let’s Talk Kitchens & Interiors team pride themselves on their ability to work alongside clients to design a space that fits their brief, while complementing their home and lifestyle. The company can also complete a range of other projects, including alfresco dining areas, bathrooms, laundries, entertainment units, and walk-in wardrobes.
Let’s Talk Kitchens & Interiors was established by Rex Hirst in 1972. Hirst remains at the helm and is also the immediate past president of the Kitchen and Bathroom Designers Institute (KBDi), so you can feel confident you’re in good hands.