The Trifecta

For those who love entertaining – and for larger families – it’s now common when designing kitchens to consider multiple zones.

This newly built home showcases how to tie multiple kitchen zones together.

The light and airy galley kitchen is complemented by a bar/drinks area to the right side, and a scullery is tucked behind this. A divider wall and bulkhead cleverly separates these spaces and yet they remain connected by well thought-out colours and textures.

With a total of three working areas, complete with a sink and appliances to complement each space, there will be no falling over each other in this busy household!

The open shelves in the bar area are a stylish touch, and the bar also includes an instant hot water tap – no jug required.

This kitchen features in our 2020 Kitchens Look Book

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  • Benchtop: Uniquartz Sparkling White, Polished
  • Cabinets: Kitchen & Scullery: Acrylic Alabaster Velvet. Bar and under kitchen bench: Prime Panels – Melamine Ironsand Velvet. Overhead cabinets/Shelves: Melteca Aged Ash Puregrain
  • Shelving: Black Smartcube by Hafele
  • Handles: Enko Memphis Black
  • Hardware: Blum Tandembox and Bins soft-close
  • Sink: Blanco Metra 9 Anthracite Undermounted
  • Splashback: Tiles

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