With three distinct areas for preparation, storage and entertaining, the kitchen combines natural and modern textures - and the resulting effect is stunning.
This stunning kitchen would not be out of place in a New York loft apartment - it’s actually a family villa.
Hacker worked with the client to remove internal walls to create one large open space, perfect for a busy, social family home.
At six metres long, the central island is a key feature, combining function and style. Industrial style steel supports underneath the volcano Silestone worktop in Arden Blue contrast with the warm oak cabinets.
Miele products on the island include an induction hob, a tepankayi domino, a wok burner. The cabinetry contains a Miele oven, steam oven and microwave and fridges.
A brushed antique mirror in the ceiling above the island reflects the design below and high gloss white handle-less cabinets with a marble backsplash give a dramatic and modern flourish to the preparation and storage areas.
Parador Luxury Vinyl Tile flooring in Royal Limed Oak throughout the living areas connects the space and contributes to the feeling of warmth. Easy to look after and maintain, Parador LVT is durable and hard-wearing and can cope with water spills and leakage easily, making it ideal for family kitchens.