Small Kitchen Designer Specialist Creates Spacious Atmosphere For A Beachside Kitchen In Sydney

July 10, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - New South Wales, Australia based Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms is pleased to share the details of a stunning kitchen they designed for a client who has invested in their Airbnb property. Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms have a leading team of specialist small kitchen designers in Sydney, and have offices in Melbourne and Brisbane that serve the whole of Australia. Designed for a beachside Airbnb experience in the coastal suburbs of Sydney, the kitchen had to make the most of a small space, as well as provide a dining area within the kitchen. Holiday makers look for these types of features when they book their once-in-a-lifetime Australian experience.

The clients enjoy a successful Airbnb business, and the new kitchen and living space provide guests with everything they could want. The cosy and luxurious atmosphere, coupled with high quality cabinetry and appliances, create an inviting space which feels uniquely modern and homely. The open plan layout integrates the kitchen into the living space. “We decided not to put a range hood into the design. Instead, open shelves adorn the wall above the stove top. This allowed the back wall to feel part of the living space,” said Nadia Hursky, Head Designer at Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms.

The owner and their guests are delighted with how the natural timber extension to the kitchen brings both warmth and a casual atmosphere to the area. The owners opted to omit a dining table. Striking black SMEG appliances were used as a feature in the space, including a black fridge and free-standing stove. This gives the living area a much wider degree of comfort and luxury.

That same attention to detail is evident through the company’s use of the rustic elements of the exposed and rendered brick wall as a splashback. Additionally, V-groove panels were used on the pantry and storage areas, which flowed into the ceiling. The stunning kitchen is only a single example of the company’s artistry, and their attention to detail with all their clients is one of the reasons why they were recently voted the best kitchen design in KBDI’s 2018 People’s Choice Awards.

One of the top modern kitchen designers in Sydney, the company was recently featured on the ABC network KITV Island News channel online. The article highlights how they work with their clients to find out solutions to their brief and goals. Their discussion, interaction, and involvement help ensure that their clients get the precise aesthetic and function that they desire.

Hursky said, "No matter how extensive our client’s wish list is, we will help deliver their dream new kitchen." She added, "We always strive to deliver the best results, working around the limitations found throughout the process. When the available space is fairly small, for example, we have the expertise needed to help make it feel spacious, welcoming, and seamless with integrated technology and appliances. This helps to make it clutter free, providing extra versatility."

Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms can help take a project from a dream kitchen idea to creating a real concept straight through to installation and completion. Working with award winning kitchen designers who can see a project through to its conclusion takes much of the stress out of any remodelling or renovation project. The company has a handpicked installation team who know how to deliver the beautiful bespoke kitchens and bathrooms desired, no matter how small or large, to suit any style.

“We invite all our clients, new and old alike, to leave us their honest feedback online—we love that they want to share their experience,” added Nadia. One of their delighted clients, Michael Signorelli, gave them a 5-Star Review on the www.truelocal.com.au website, saying, “I recently updated an investment property and Blue Tea did a phenomenal job. I had already heard great things about their approach, but after working with them I can say—they do not compromise quality. It's not easy to find affordable prices and quality. Blue Tea delivered both. They made my personal vision come to life by helping me achieve a certain look that I thought may not have been obtainable in my range. I will definitely utilize them again and I recommend that you make them your first choice.”

Those interested in finding out how they can transform their kitchen may arrange a consultation with the company, or send them an email through their website. Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms can also be reached through their various social media platforms.

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For more information about Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms, contact the company here:

Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms
Nadia Hursky
+61 2 8005 7718
nh@bluetea.com.au
Randwick NSW 2031, Australia

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