This stunning kitchen renovation keeps things clean and crisp for a light and airy living space to maximises a small space and a great view!
J. R Stewart building transformed a dated 70’s kitchen with clever touches such as the built-in breakfast bar and on-trend white appliances for a sleek line of uninterrupted white under the timber benchtop. Taking the tilling and the cupboards all the way to the ceiling maximises the sense of space along with the white and bright pallet. Using a gloss or polished finish makes the space feel lighter due to the extra light reflected by the tile.
The White Gloss Rhombus tile is a great alternative to subway tiles, it works with the sleek feel of the kitchen while also giving the space a touch of sophistication. With a myriad of lay patterns, it’s a look that can be expressed in lots of different ways, without all the cutting and fiddling around required for laying a herringbone or chevron pattern using subway tiles.
A gorgeous space to while away the morning over a cuppa and gaze at the view!