Cabinetry fit-out includes:
- butler’s pantry
- European style laundry and linen press
Scroll down to see images of this industrial style kitchen and other cabinetry in the project.
While the title of this page suggests you are looking at a Middle Park industrial kitchen, I could just as easily have called it a classic style kitchen. The difference is in the styling.
The modern industrial style of this kitchen is attained mainly through the use of three major elements: the black arched window, the lighting and the choice of stools. There are other props that back up the impression, however, these three things assure the viewer they are looking at an industrial kitchen. If we took this kitchen out of this home and placed it in a period home with period windows, stools and pendants, the kitchen would feel just as true. Classic style kitchens are like a great fashion model – they can wear anything.
This wonderful kitchen features shaker style doors, as is consistent with both classic and industrial style, in a white satin two-pack polyurethane finish. The hero of the room is the arched black window that also serves as a splash back for a portion of the kitchen. Bench tops and splashbacks elsewhere in the kitchen are in a marble effect engineered stone.
A sliding barn door offers entry to a butler’s pantry. The barn gate cross bracing theme is carried through to the end panels of the island bench for continuity.
While small, this butler’s pantry packs in the features. A narrow bench can still house a small and very useful sink. A combination of open and closed shelving allows some items to be readily accessed while others that are used less are kept out of dust’s way behind closed doors.
Two very different styles are employed for the vanities in this home. One is a classic style freestanding unit with white satin finish shaker style doors and an engineered stone top. The other is more contemporary with large format porcelain top to tie in with the large format porcelain flooring.
A European laundry is a wall of laundry cabinets and appliances hidden behind doors. Most often in a walkway or end of a room but sometimes within a bathroom. The addition of doors to hide the laundry cabinets and appliances ensures your hall or bathroom maintains its modesty by not revealing the breadth of its function at first glance.
Ample laundry, hanging and storage space is offered behind these bi-fold doors. European style laundries are a great space-saving solution for small homes and apartments.