This stunning Launceston property provides a uniquely modern yet minimalist aesthetic. All the cabinetry has been created using Celery Top Veneer, which, creates warmth and texture to the rest of the home against the cool cement walls.
We have designed the cabinetry to provide lots of storage with a streamline exterior with no handles or profile for a modern finish. The cabinet interior is a striking contrast in Flemish Storm, a rich, dark grey. The bench top in the kitchen is also a highlight completed in Dekton stone in the colour Glacier with a stunning black shadowline underneath for added depth and colour. The integrated appliances such as the fridge and dishwasher also add to the streamline finish. The vanities in the two bathrooms also use Celery Top Veneer. The gold sink mixer along with the white top mounted sink is a great modern addition in these bathrooms. A gorgeous feature is the bench seat, which is not only a great sitting space but also provides room for additional storage underneath. The study has been completed in the same Celery Top veneer as the rest of the cabinetry. The design is gorgeous with some overhead shelving and cupboards and under bench cabinetry storage. The robes create a feature wall against rest of the space with the warmth of the woodgrain finish. Once again, the cabinetry has been completed in Celery Top Veneer with the interior colour the Kitchen Centre’s own Flemish Storm. The northern and southern hallways also include some gorgeous cabinetry also completed in Celery Top Veneer. The open shelving is great for storing books and some additional cupboards have also been added for additional storage. All of this stunning joinery was designed by Jullian Rodman. We would also like to thank the builder Tim Hawkins who assisted us throughout the building process.