Take a look at this beautifully designed kitchen! For our valued family in Epping, blessed with the joy of children, this is not just a house; it’s the realization of a dream. We understand that having the first home is an extraordinary milestone in life.
Every detail, from the kitchen to the most important spaces, was chosen with great consideration, especially taking into account the rich Indian culture. We grasp the importance of spices in your cuisine and designed the kitchen to accommodate and celebrate these unique flavors.
Additionally, we’ve thought of every family member, reserving a cozy space for those who are so dear. This home is not just a house; it’s a sanctuary of love and care, where every little piece was created with you in mind.
For this project, our client hired our services for 3D design, color selection for the environment, facade selection, and choice of materials and furniture. This not only added value to the property, but also made the project truly personalized and simplified the material selection process.
🔍 Material Highlights:
We carefully chose these two colors to create a captivating contrast. The Perugian Oak, with its dark and warm tone, was balanced with the Tasmanian Oak to ensure a welcoming atmosphere. This choice also harmonizes with the color palette chosen by the residents for the furniture, including shades of blue, black, and gold, creating an engaging and sophisticated atmosphere.
Additionally, the YSL Angel Fall Stone, with its gray and blue undertones, was meticulously chosen to complement the decor. This stone adds a touch of timeless elegance to the design, blending seamlessly with the environment.
🪚 Crafted with Mastery: The Tasmanian Oak staircase is a masterpiece of artistry and precision. Enhanced by radiant illumination, it commands attention, becoming a focal point of admiration.
🏡 A Space that Breathes Elegance: The stone-clad wall adds an extra layer of sophistication, merging seamlessly with the natural elements. This kitchen transcends mere functionality; it’s a testament to the art of living.