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Sunday, 28 November 2010

Cross Dressing Kitchen

This design is quite simple and safe, straddling the divide between traditional and contemporary.  The doors are shaker style painted and have been formatted to fit snugly into the architecture. 
Designer Sean Cochrane has made a feature out of the possible problematic high ceiling, adding a feature ladder in a contrasting timber gives secure access to the very high storage.  A good place to place the forbidden goodies!!
However, the feature that makes this design different is the very long island top with custom turned legs.  This feature draws the eye and certainly is different!  The shape of the legs are almost human!!!
The placement of the grandfather clock is brilliant and is the final piece of wardrobe required by this contemporary / traditional cross dresser! 
This one won the IDFX awards 2010.

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