Modern Kitchen Designers In Sydney Release Details On Stunning Kitchen in Serene Green and Spotted Gum

June 20, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms in New South Wales, Australia recently released the details of a design that they have provided to a client in Sydney. The design featured a serene green and spotted gum finish and was recently featured on Houzz. The company states that anyone who is
looking for bespoke kitchens by one of the top kitchen designers in Sydney can contact them to learn more.

Ciara Tapia, a representative for the company says, "We are pleased with the outcome of this project. It is such a beautiful design and the clients were delighted too. The entire project came together so beautifully.”

Houzz featured the design and did an interview with the company to learn more about how the specific design came about.

"They wanted a place where they could entertain,” says Ciara. "The kitchen was a bit outdated and definitely due for a new look. There wasn’t much natural light and overall, it just needed the entire space redesigned to give it a fresh new appeal.”

The kitchen is a 14 square metre space that is located in Dawes Point in Sydney, Australia. The owners wanted to soften the space and open it up to the dining area and breakfast areas which were situated nearby. The new floor plan was drawn up and the team got to work creating a more modern room for the family. Functionality was important in this project as the wife is a fabulous cook. The working space was expanded and opened up so that she did not feel so confined to the kitchen area. The color palette was chosen to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere. Natural stone and timber were chosen to offset the colors. A Falcon oven, a sink from Franke and a tap from Astra Walker were used to finish off the new design. By simply removing a wall, they were able to instantly open up the otherwise closed off kitchen and make it more inviting. Three separate spaces were turned into one large space with natural lighting throughout. The hardest part of the entire design process was bringing in the stone to be used in the design in one piece. The large stone had to be craned into the home.

Ciara developed many options before they found the right one for the particular space and the chef. Blue Tea encourages a lot of discussion, interaction and involvement from their clients to ensure that the client gets the exact look and function they desire.

To learn more about the company's profile, read through their many kitchen design reviews online. For further images of their latest projects, please see the company’s Facebook page at

To schedule a consultation with Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms please find them at or through their official Facebook page. Their page provides images of many kitchen and bathroom designs and renovations completed for clients over the years. Those who are interested in learning more about this latest kitchen remodel can visit the Blue Tea profile on the Houzz website, complete with before and after pictures of the space that they redesigned for the couple.


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

Blue Tea Kitchens & Bathrooms
Nadia Hursky
+61 2 8005 7718
Randwick NSW 2031, Australia

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