Kitchen with Cement Flooring Ideas and Designs
Murray and Murray - Designers and Makers of Bespoke Kitchens and Interiors. Photography: Kevin McCollum
Sofia Pewter combines a modern handleless design with high fashion colouring to create a minimalist look that you can put your stamp on. A row of mid-height units will bring a new dimension to your kitchen, whilst neutral worktop and flooring tones offer a note of contrast.
The concept for the Kitchen was Contemporary, sleek and minimalism with advanced materials to create a striking, modern look. The clients were looking for something dark with a matt finish, that didn’t require constant cleaning and maintenance. Polytecs newest innovation the ‘Venette’ Range, was the perfect choice with its fingerprint resistant technology. In order to introduce a third texture to the Kitchen in addition to the Matt Black cabinetry and textured Dekton, we implemented timber veneer. Overall this innovative Kitchen design offers dimension and interest while the diverse finishes make the space feel warm and appealing. This Kitchen design met all of the client’s requirements whilst successfully achieving a sleek, minimal and striking design.
This retired couple loves their home, cook daily meals and spend much of their time together in the kitchen. Our goal was to create a simple update that gave the homeowners a more comfortable feel of the space and a convenient way to work together in this new stage of their lives. Keeping the simplicity of the design was important, but it also needed to reflect 21st-century amenities. With this in mind, they chose a 36" SS Wolf Pro Gas Cooktop 18K Burner w/LED Indicators (CG365P/S) because they prefer to cook gas, loved the 5-burner setup and the knob location in the lower right corner of the unit. They were extremely excited about the DD36-SS ventilation with the concealed controls located in the drawer, as it works perfectly with the clean lines of the kitchen. One of the couple's favorite amenity in the kitchen is the Wolf WGCO100S Countertop oven. The recessed appliance garage was re-built with a stainless door specifically to house this unit. Felt pads have been applied to the feet to ensure our clients can pull the oven in and out for everyday use. They hate to admit it, but this may be their favorite appliance in the kitchen as they are now just cooking every day for two!
Home built by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates); designed by architect BAR Architects. Photo credit: Doug Dun.
Inspiration drawn from the world, in harmony with the land. Rancho Miniero: Nestled into a sloping hillside, this home’s design gradually reveals itself as you drive up to the auto court, walk through an opening in a garden wall and enter through the front door. The expansive great room has a 15-foot ceiling and concrete floors, stained the color of worn leather. A series of dramatic glass archways open onto the pool terrace and provide a stunning view of the valley below. Upstairs, the bedrooms have floors of reclaimed hickory and pecan. The homes’ copper roof reflects sunlight, keeping the interior cool during the warm summer months. A separate pool house also functions as an office. Photography Doug Dun
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