Hannah and Clint’s kitchen ticked all the boxes for the judges, who were blown away by their use of cabinetry, as well as the colour palette the couple chose.
“There’s a metallic feel on the laminate, then on the top there is a bit of a wood grain finish,” Shaynna said. “It gives it a beautiful layered theme.”
The gorgeous layering of textures was achieved through the use of different cabinetry on the upper levels, done in sophisticated ‘Pewter.’ This worked beautifully with the use of a Ceasarstone benchtop in ‘Calcutta Nuovo,’ which was, in turn, used in conjunction with the kitchen cabinetry in ‘Charcoal Riven’ and ‘Pewter.’
A sense of understated sophistication was achieved by the use of high-end Bosch appliances, including an induction cooktop and freestanding French Door fridge.
The kitchen also included a particularly high-tech integrated Bluetooth sound system, meaning buyers can listen to their choice of music as they entertain.
‘Entertaining’ is certainly the order of the day in this house, with Hannah and Clint choosing to present an additional bar area, two bar fridges, and a functional butler’s pantry.
The enormous island bench, which Neale described as being “more like a continent” provides a centrepiece for the room, and is also highly functional, sporting a sink, dishwasher, and storage for bins.
“It’s a great entertainer’s space,” Darren said.
Neale agreed: “I love the look of it, the feel of it, and the palette,” he said.