By Albert Martin. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 03:34:24 AM.
The unique ‘quadrangle design’ also has a multi-purpose nook that can be used as a computer zone/study nook, or a place to enjoy breakfast and read the paper. Framed by the eye-catching red splashback with a cut-out window, the nook is compact yet not boxed in, due to the window view.
Semi-reflective surfaces on both the cabinets and benches would allow for the effective disbursement of the natural light entering the kitchen, as well as the artificial light used to highlight certain areas of aesthetic importance.
A clean and durable work surface was built with engineered stone tops that, when paired with a high-gloss-finished board, spells absolute luxury.Meanwhile, the use of a mirror kickboard under the island bench, results in a floating effect with a slim line that separates it from the main kitchen. Negative detail finger rails create a clean-edge appeal and overhead cabinets mean access is never an issue.
Your splashback will be custom made to fit the measurements of your splashback area. Splashbacks are made from toughened glass, which means that float glass undergoes a heating process in a furnace up to 600 degrees. After heating it is rapidly cooled. This process increases the compression forces on the surface and tension forces inside the glass, which makes it four to five times stronger than ordinary glass. The toughened glass then undergoes the painting process, where paints are mixed to an exact colour formula and then sprayed onto the glass. Heat is applied which sets the paint and after 24 hours the splashback is ready to be installed.
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