The custom-made timber joinery in Cognac satin Eveneer resembles sleek modern furniture more than functional cabinetry. Made by Mint Kitchen Group, the carpentry extends the synchronised feel between the two areas, opening up the kitchen and creating a harmonious living space. The shelves display books and objects collected by the couple over the years, giving the whole zone personality and interest.
The owners chose the shade of green because it fits well with the Danish modernist tradition they love. Pushing the boundaries with the hue, delivered by glorious 2-pac cabinetry in Dulux Field Maple, was an inspired decision. It’s a show stopper that brings the space alive. “The lime joinery provides that pop of colour and everything else in the kitchen, such as the lovely muted grey stone of the benchtop and the warmth of the wooden bookcase, works with it,” explains Jasmine. “As you walk into the kitchen, there is nothing that feels overbearing – instead the combination of all the finishes brings a sense of harmony and freshness.”
Push-to-pull doors and slide-out cupboard inserts make the cabinetry easy to use, while the handle-free fronts allow the wonderful lime green colour to shine. Stainless-steel appliances are the perfect foil.