Cutting edge, yet classically stylish, this all black kitchen oozes attitude.
We all know that black is eternally chic, but at times all dark rooms can be devastatingly drab. Add the wrong colour dressings and you can unintentionally turn your stylish kitchen into a 80s nightclub.
Take a leaf out of our clients book and accent with neutral accents, like concrete and plants, to keep the room feeling light and inviting.
Another important thing to remember when thinking about a kitchen design like this is do you have enough natural light? Our clients clearly do, with streams of the crisp outdoors reflecting off the matte Maximum benchtops, splashback and Farquhar Kitchens cabinetry.
The two bathrooms in this home stand in stark contrast of one another. The ensuite (that you’re looking at) is a light, simple space – and the main bathroom (that is to come) is a dramatic, futuristic showstopper.
The ensuite may be simple, but that isn’t to say it’s boring. Small details, such as the Maximum Statuario veining on the vanity and the hardware installed into the mirror, make it timeless yet modern.
Talk about wow.
Utilising all of modern designs hottest trends, like matte black, greenery and the cement look, this bathroom is leaving us green (or should we say blue) with envy.
An amazing shower screen that frames an even cooler bath is all kept cohesive with pops of matte black on the vanity and hardware.
The vanity top, that we manufactured with the ever stylish euro edge, is the colour ‘Pepper’ by Maximum.