Projects - Traditional Style
The owners of this Ringwood house were looking to bring a warm and traditional style to their new build kitchen.
The Ringwood Kitchen project was executed with thoughtfulness and meticulous attention to detail, resulting in a timeless and elegant kitchen that meets the needs of a growing family. The homeowners had a clear brief for a Hamptons-style kitchen that would be the focal point of their living areas, with clear sightlines and ample storage space.
To meet these requirements, we designed a large island bench with plenty of drawer storage, as well as a butler's pantry for additional storage and functionality. Traditional shaker-style cabinet doors and a ceramic sink add a warm country feel to the space, while the long, low window positioned behind the kitchen sink brings in natural light and complements the overhead glass-fronted display cabinets. This continue the Hamptons theme and provide ample storage for the homeowners' items
Our design choices were carefully considered to create a cohesive and inviting space that reflects the Hamptons-style theme. Classic glass doors on overhead cabinets and shaker profiles on cabinet doors provide a solid foundation for the design, while a serene color palette enhances the overall ambiance.
We also ensured that every aspect of the kitchen design was functional and efficient, from the placement of appliances to the use of high-quality materials. The end result is a stunning and practical kitchen that perfectly balances form and function, showcasing our commitment to exceptional design and execution.
Doors by Janper - Thompson 5 in 2Pack finish
Benchtop by Stone Ambassador - Lagos Grey
Handles by WT Hardware
A big island bench with lots of drawer storage was important to my clients. They wanted their kitchen to be the main focal point with clear sight lines that extend across the living areas.
Traditional shaker style cabinet doors and a ceramic sink brings a warm country feel to this kitchen, and the butler's pantry provides a lot of extra storage as well as functionality.
The long, low window at the back of the kitchen sink brings light into the room. Keeping the window narrow allows for lots of overhead glass fronted display cabinets which continues the Hamptons theme.