This kitchen, by CATO Creative Ltd., features stained oak flooring, large skylights and a walkout feature. The light-infused design is a perfect example of indoor to outdoor transition, ideal for entertaining.
The exposed stone wall is unexpected in a kitchen, but it works well when surrounded by the otherwise neutral colour palette. The complicated stonework is juxtaposed by the otherwise minimal design of the kitchen. The matte grey of the kitchen island is a trendy neutral alternative, which brings out some of the grey in the stonework.
The L-shaped design of this kitchen allows for maximum counter space and an interesting flow into the living and dining area. The slate coloured stacked stone backsplash allows for visual intrigue.
This kitchen is all about visual intrigue. Everything from the exposed brick accent wall, to the exposed load bearing beams, creates geometry in the space, while also enforcing a rustic, earthy vibe.
The design of the island in this kitchen is a unique one, transitioning seamlessly into the dining table. The glossy porcelain countertops contrast boldly with the medium tone wood that extends from the black walnut cabinets to the light fixtures to the perpendicular panels on the ceiling.