Case Study:

Small Space Presents Design Challenge

Nikki Halls, from Mastercaft Kitchens, revelled in the challenge of working within a dated narrow space to create this organised contemporary kitchen situated in Pauanui on the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula. I had the opportunity to catch up with Nikki and asked her a few questions about the kitchen design.

What inspired you to use the colours for this kitchen?

The client was after a very crisp, clean effect.The light blue of the GlassArt Splashback brought in the great view of the sea and also brought out colours in the Caesarstone bench top.

It looks like you had a narrow space to work within; did this affect your design approach?

The space was very narrow so once again the colours helped in this aspect to keep it open and reflective. We extended the height of the units to get extra impact and made every corner accessible to gain more storage.

What did you want to achieve with the design of this kitchen?

We needed to get a lot of storage out of a small space while transforming the dated previous space into a modern well functioning, but uncluttered kitchen. This was helped with the extended units and the glass windows which, along with the glass splashback, gives the illusion of more space.The wooden floors also offer a beach feel without compromising the kitchen design.

If you like what you see, call into Mastercraft Kitchens Tauranga, and talk to Nikki about your ideal kitchen or call GlassArt about the accompanying splashbacks.

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