Minimalist modern kitchen
This minimalist modern kitchen is monochrome at its finest. What was once an old garage is now converted into the epitome of a sleek, contemporary kitchen. Often with open plan kitchens, simplicity can be a great canvas to work with – simple lines and plenty of storage lead to a tidy, minimalist look.
In addition, high-quality cabinets and doors allow details to be paired back creating sophistication in highlighting the quality of materials. The white Corian worktop coordinates well with the on-trend black window frames, glass splash-back and bar-stools. Minimal colour draws attention towards the clean lines of the classic German kitchen design. In this instance Clinton’s client was also the architect for the project. Therefore, the build was a collaborative process between the two of them. Most importantly the end goal being to create an open-plan kitchen that could work as a multi-functional living/work space. For example, having the island as big as possible (whilst maintaining good movement space around it), meant maximum storage and results in the island being a perfect social space.
Kitchen: White high-gloss lacquer
Worktop: Corian – Glacier white
Designer: Clinton Patey
We started working with the Kitchen Partners early on in the process of converting an old garage into a contemporary home for my wife and I. It was a collaborative process where we shared ideas on how the open-plan space could work as a multi-functional living/work space. Clinton and his team were a huge help creating a kitchen that not only looked fantastic but worked superbly well. I would recommend them to anyone looking to help create their dream home.