Winner of two HIA awards for 2010 – New and Renovated Kitchen Projects over $50,000 and Kitchen Project of the Year – the kitchen’s grand proportious are the perfect complement to this South Australian home.
This farming family requested a traditional style kitchen with all the conveniences that would offer comfort and practicality. A ceramic butler’s sink was selected with a traditional-style mixer tap to ensure that even the smallest details complied with this.
This kitchen of grand proportions is part of a large home in Cherry Gardens, South Australia. The owners farm the land and retreat to a home with all the conveniences, and the kitchen needed to integrate seamlessly.
It includes all the trimmings of a period piece of furniture. The corbels are handcarved while it also features hand-turned posts, large mouldings and fretwork. The cabinets have a truly traditional appeal and this is most noticeable in the custom canopy installed over the cooktop.
They are enthused, inspired and excited by the addition of the new kitchen to their home. It has created a traditional and functional space for the entire family to enjoy, and they’re extremely happy with the final result and their new Jag kitchen.
Refrigerators: Miele, integrated
Benchtop: Natural Granite in a combination of Absolute Black and Santa Cecilia
Island benchtop: oiled Jarrah
Cabinetry finish: Two-pack polyurethane Satin finish, in Warm Beige
Kitchen by Jag Kitchens, Keswick SA, (08) 8371 1420