THE BUILDER MAKING FUNCTION AN ART FORM

Written on the 30 July 2016 by Gold Coast Business News

THE BUILDER MAKING FUNCTION AN ART FORM

MAKING artistry out of cabinets is something Darrin Davies has been doing since 2009.

Darrin recognised a gap in the delivery of quality joinery in homes from Byron Bay to Brisbane.

He started his business, Artistry in Cabinets, and ever since has been scoring prime work like the recently awarded home at Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach.

For this project, Darrin won the Best Residential Kitchen Award.

The room combines a crisp contrasting colour scheme with modern design to create a bright and welcoming space.

"The abundance of the white cabinetry is accentuated by the finish of the American Oak Veneer with its patina effect," says Darrin.

"The du Pont Corian stainless benchtops and the stunning custom-made Corian splashback really sets this kitchen apart from the rest."

Darrin says he is particularly proud of the butler's pantry, adjacent to the kitchen through a secret door.

Overall, the finished product is an entertainer's dream, he says, with glass sliding doors opening out to a generous alfresco area. The fully waterproofed barbeque cabinetry provides a flow-on effect from the kitchen setting.


Author: Gold Coast Business News

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