Saving Space in an apartment

This apartment home enjoys incredible views across Melbourne’s Albert Park so the owners were keen to maximise space within the kitchen and make the most of those amazing views. We see how.

25 Aug 2014

 

Designer David Slade from Rosemount Kitchens cleverly removed a wall and borrowed an unused storage room to create an open, light and airy room.

With usable space at a premium, the designer specifically chose a number of items that would actively assist in helping him meet his client’s brief. One absolute must was the Zip HydroTap which delivers instant access to boiling, chilled and sparkling filtered water from one font.

“I knew I had to be smart about how I used the space so my choice of a Zip HydroTap was obvious. With no need to include a kettle on the benchtop and no more bottles of still or sparkling water in the fridge, this saved space could be put to much better use,” says David Slade.

 

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Other clever design tricks include a mirrored splashback which reflects the views and adds to the visual impression of depth within the kitchen. An integrated fridge/freezer is all but invisible and does not impede the flow of the design while the choice to go handle-less adds to the contemporary, sophisticated finish.

A simple combination of black, white and stainless steel adds shimmer and shine which perfectly matches the luxurious finishes throughout the apartment and makes the open plan kitchen and living areas the central hub of this family’s life.

Zip HydroTap Boiling Chilled is now available with an additional Sparkling water option to deliver your favourite chilled sparkling water at the touch of a button. For more information on the range of Zip HydroTaps for your next kitchen visit www.zipindustries.com and request a brochure.

 

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