A modern scheme which complements the architectural style of this 1920’s suburban home. Two interconnecting rooms - a kitchen and a bar/entertainment room. Statement black glass, walnut and stainless steel define the kitchen area. The connection to the adjacent bar room and the walk-in pantry is made by huge frameless glass pivot doors with thin etched lines reflecting the 20’s style original cornicing.
Feature ceiling lighting reflects the shape of the island unit below and the adjacent entertainment room can be clearly seen through the oversized glass door.
A-symmetrical cabinetry, in walnut and black glass, frame this extra wide tinted glass pivot door to the Herrington Gate kitchen beyond this double height bar area.
Presented with an unsightly shell of a modern extension to a 1920’s house, Herrington Gate created real impact with the design of this focal point bar area.
Suggesting grey slate and exposed steel to clad the existing structure to be used as a canopy to the proposed bar area, and the use of black glass and walnut in the cabinetry and striking pendant lighting, gave the space added drama.