Get the Hamptons and Industrial Kitchen Looks

//Get the Hamptons and Industrial Kitchen Looks

Get the Hamptons and Industrial Kitchen Looks

This week, Interiors Addict TV chats to two top scoring Reno Rumble couples, Kyal & Kara and Carly & Leighton. Find out how they impressed the judges with their clever kitchen designs.
Read on to hear how these amazing kitchens have transformed the lives of the two homeowners, Cathryn and Tara.

TARA, RELAXED INDUSTRIAL: Home owner Tara had little bench space and shallow cupboards in her old 1940s kitchen prior to the transformation. More storage was one of the key factors she needed in her new kitchen, and a new layout was crucial too.

On the colour scheme and styling of her new kitchen…

“The theme of the kitchen was the same as the rest of the house – a relaxed industrial feel,” Tara says. “The kitchen flows through to the rest of the house, and being one large living space, it is now perfect”.

Her favourite elements in the new space…

“I love the whole space – it’s just perfect. The Caesarstone benchtops are lovely, and we now have plenty of space for cooking. The two different finishes on the cabinetry are great too; dark on the bottom and light on top is fantastic. It makes it feel warm and a bit different”.

How the new kitchen has changed Tara’s life…
“I can entertain now. I didn’t enjoy it before because using more than two pots at the same time caused space issues! With the central bench family and friends can now sit there whilst I finish cooking which is perfect”.

CATHRYN, HAMPTONS: Cathryn described her kitchen as tired, small, pokey, dark. It was a place she didn’t enjoy spending time in and needed a complete overhaul.

What Cathryn wanted from the transformation…

“I would have been happy with just about anything,” she says. “The overall style of the home we wanted was a Hamptons feel… with a greater sense of space and light and a fully working stove and cooker”.

What she loves about the new space…

“Mostly I love the large bench that connects the kitchen to the living room and allows stools to be placed on one side. I also love the colour scheme, it is light and bright and calm and the open shelves are beautiful too”.

How the renovation has changed her life…

“The new kitchen living area is definitely more inclusive. I didn’t enjoy being in my old kitchen, but I love being in the new one!”.