Top Kitchen Designer In Sydney Blue Tea Kitchens And Bathrooms Announce Their Latest Modern Kitchen Design

August 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms, an award-winning kitchen renovation specialist based in Sydney, Australia, has recently unveiled its latest showstopping kitchen design. The Waterloo kitchen design was recently created and installed for a client and focuses on finding the perfect balance between form and function.

The client asked Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms for a sleek, modern design that wasn't uninspiring and plain, and Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms' expert designer created a sleek-looking kitchen with textures, layers and depth as well as contrast. Black and white cabinetry were used at varying depths to bring contrast into the design and a variety of materials were used to capture the subtle, natural beauty of the light-filled space.

As the client requested the use of natural materials, a concrete benchtop was poured on-site with an incorporated grooved drainer for added texture. To contrast the concrete benchtop, the designer also introduced a timber benchtop at a lower elevation that could be used to provide an inclusive, space-saving dining experience for the clients.

The thick, concrete benchtop provided substance, durability and a natural feel while the timber benchtop complemented the natural materials and added some much-needed warmth into the space.

A spokesperson for Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms said: "We see ourselves as the premier kitchen designer in Sydney. Our team of talented designers work incredibly hard to provide all of our clients with personalised, innovative designs that they'll love and use for years to come. Blue Tea is about the creative practicality of creating a perfect kitchen workspace that works for each individual - and we're glad we were able to provide our clients with the Waterloo kitchen of their dreams."

"The perfect balance of natural tones mixed with the warmth of timber give this inclusive environment a warm, natural look while the layers and textures help it to stand out while remaining subtle," they continued.

Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms are a specialist team of experienced interior designers, kitchen design experts and trained architects who 'take pride in installing your new kitchen to perfection, with attention to every detail'. The Sydney-based company designs and installs new kitchens for a variety of clients, in a variety of styles, and use their own in-house installers to ensure consistent quality for each client.

Those who are interested can learn about another recent design from Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms, the luxurious Hampton installation, by reading this press release.

The award-winning designs focus on functionality and style, with the detail-orientated team providing a fully functioning kitchen within 6-8 weeks after design drawings are approved.

For more information about other design and installation projects, or to see what people have to say about their services, please visit the Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms Yelp page and discover what they can do.

Simply get in touch for more information on how to arrange an appointment with one of their designers to create the kitchen one has been dreaming of.

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For more information about Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms, contact the company here:

Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms
Nadia Hursky
+61 2 8005 7718
nh@bluetea.com.au
Randwick NSW 2031, Australia

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