Undeniably spectacular, the featured project is a fine example of the attention-to-detail that ForeShore Kitchens prides itself on. Designed in conjunction with the homeowners, the aim of this project was to create a functional kitchen that facilitated a seamless transition between the kitchen, dining and living areas.
The design presented the ForeShore Kitchens team with a challenge, with the window needing precise placement to be used as a frameless splashback. The result is a triumph, bringing light and greenery into the space.
Perfect for entertaining, the kitchen features a huge marble island bench with graceful waterfall edges. The marble is continued as a benchtop on the back wall of the kitchen, complemented by high-gloss white doors and panels, with feature rosewood. The warmth of the rosewood is complemented by the hardwood polished flooring.
ForeShore Kitchens was established in 2005 by John Naughton and Bruce Arnold when they had a meeting of the minds and realised they shared the same work ethic and vision for high-quality cabinetry.
This project’s homeowner, managing director of Brisbane Glass Mike Sweep, has found that nowadays poor service, inferior quality and outlandish pricing of a tradesperson or company are far too common.
“I want you to know I appreciate greatly your natural ability and desire to truly listen to me, the customer, as well as your communication in advice,” Sweep says of the ForeShore Kitchens team.
“When I put this with the pride you have for your workmanship and your very competitive pricing, I see true master craftsmen of their trade.
“It truly has been a pleasure to do business with you and your company.”
Working throughout South East Queensland, ForeShore Kitchens specialises in custombuilt cabinetry, designed with individuality and budget (whether big or small) in mind.