An elegant and subtle reinterpretation of the desirable Calacatta.
Kaolinite stands out for its uniform greige veins and an earthy texture that cross the neutral background.
Marquina is a striking colour that celebrates a night landscape with pure white veins that cross the dark background.
A Two-Tone Monochrome kitchen adds interesting contrast.
In the past, kitchen cabinets typically matched in colour and style. Having no bold colours or style variations meant kitchens could look bland and not stand out.
Sydney kitchen designers are now opting for two colours to make an impression. The use of bolder colours and variety in the design certainly make an impact.
For some more Kitchen Design ideas and Two-Tone Styles, explore our Kitchen Gallery
All White Kitchen Doors juxtaposing a striking dark marble splashback adds the ultimate sophistication.
We recommend Flat Panel Doors in Matt, Sheen or High Gloss for that Contemporary feel.
Continue the Modern theme with Handleless or Aluminum Strip Handles (which are now also available in Black).
If you want to soften the design a little, Timber Kitchen Panels and Doors are a trendy option that will lift and enrich the space.
This look celebrates the sheer coolness of the White-Veined Black Marble with the rich warmth of Timber. The dark Kitchen Island Waterfall not only displays the marble pattern but also grounds the design.
Black Stone Benchtops are a striking feature in today’s kitchens as long as it adheres to a Contemporary style. Notice here how the Black Stone Benchtop combines well with Black Doors whereas the previous two options match White Doors to White Benchtops which are then contrasted against the Dark Marble Splashback.
The introduction of Black Woodgrain doors will add a Modernist contrast that transcends time.
Consider the popular Black Wenge, a pure Black Timber Grain with slightly warm timber undertones which blends well with this stone’s earthy coloured veins.
The Kitchen Island’s adjoining timber table ties together the dramatic doors and classic stone beautifully.
Shaker Style Kitchen Doors have been in use for centuries and due to their timeless appeal, they’re still one of the most popular kitchen design styles used to date.
These doors are very popular in cities like Sydney where there is a combination of older homes and Coastal, Hamptons style homes that are particularly suited to this classic look. Have a look at our wide range of Polyurethane Door Profiles for inspiration.
A Light Grey Shaker is the perfect shade to complement Kaolinite’s predominant greige pattern.
Whether your preferred style is Contemporary or Classic, Timber Look Doors add a touch of warmth and texture to offset the harder surfaces and metal accents often found in the kitchen.
We have a great selection of Walnuts and Darker Oak Timber Look Doors available in Matt, Woodgrain and stunning High Gloss finishes.
The warm and rich tones blend well with this stone’s warm white base colour and classic neutral veins.
We recommend a visit to our Showroom where you can view our Melamine and Evolution Door Ranges and take home free samples.
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