Crofton Road, Ngaio

Contemporary & Colourful

The Challenge

This project was designed by Stephanie Kusel

The Solution

We worked in partnership with Peter and Katerina to bring the design to fruition. We selected top quality materials based on colours to match the ‘dark wood’ look that was desired. We also incorporated a wall unit and cabinetry unit in the dining area that matched the cabinetry in the kitchen to create a sense of connectedness within the two areas.



Practical Functionality

The Results

A stunning kitchen with veneer cabinetry

Veneer refers to thin slices of wood, usually thinner than 3 mm (1/8 inch), that typically are glued onto core panels to produce flat panels for cabinets.)

The contrast of white gloss

The contrast of white gloss thermos-wrap cabinetry adds a touch of elegance and beauty to this kitchen.

A real show stopper

The real show stopper is the antique white granite benchtop by Bramco with a waterfall end that just sparkles.
“We commissioned Capital Kitchens to build and install our new kitchen in 2014. We agreed the scope of works with Bruce and we are delighted with the results. Bruce took our design, and managed the construction and installation of all the components of the joinery. We were particularly impressed with:
  • His ideas and innovative input;
  • The quality and finish of the joinery;
  • His ability to source and install other components such as our glass splash back;
  • The integration of the joinery with the kitchen appliances and bench tops.
We have no hesitation in recommending Bruce and we would definitely engage Capital Kitchens again if the need arises.”
Peter and Katerina


Top Quality Materials

Stunning Veneer Cabinetry

Matching Cabinetry for Cohesiveness

White gloss thermos-wrap cabinetry

Antique white granite bench top

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