This Bishops Park Contemporary Kitchen Island is 2610 mm X 1100 mm. It has one set of full size drawers on the main side of the kitchen and a shallow cupboard and stool space on the other side. Both ends of the island are designed double inset panels.
The set of full size drawers on the main side allows you easy accessibility to everyday items such as eating utensils, plates and bowels and serving platters or storage space for other kitchen items. The deep drawer with an inset drawer style allows you to have the contemporary design of fewer visible lines creating a clean spacious look. The shallow cupboard and stool space on the other side of the island also has storage space and a place for 3 or 4 stools.
In addition, an inverted lip is provided below the shallow cupboard to minimize shoe scuff marks on the doors. The side panels, the cupboard portion and the cabinet doors are all painted in a beautiful paint, All White, by Farrow and Ball in their Estate Emulsion finish.
White Kitchen Island – Designed by CATO creative
The Estate Emulsion finish is suitable for all interior walls and ceilings. It is especially suitable for this kitchen island because it is wipeable, water-based, has less odor and is eco-friendly. It comes in 132 colors and creates the coveted signature chalky matte finish that it is so famously known for.
The cabinet pulls look like Villan Pulls. They are in a dull satin, nickel finish, matching the remaining pulls throughout the kitchen along with the finishes on all the appliances and lighting fixtures. The simple straight lines of the cabinet pulls allow them to vanish within the design of the kitchen keeping the contemporary feel and not allowing any breaks or distractions in the décor.
The counter top is made of Silstone lyra in the leather finish making this island style Blanco Zeus, or translated means White Zeus. This is due, or course, to the mightiness of its whiteness. Even in its vastness of white the island is the anchoring force throughout this whole room. It keeps the room from floating away in its airiness and brightness from the glass atrium styled kitchen ceiling and floor to ceiling glass doors, and sliding glass doors making up the entire back wall.
The fact that the island is the anchoring force within this large double room it is still only 975 mm or 2 steps away from the sink in the kitchen, which allows you enough space for opening the island drawers and still having enough space to maneuver around but not being too labor intensive.
The inverted double panels on each end of this beautifully designed island also gives the contemporary feel of clean lines while at the same time having some architectural depth, attaching the island to the crown molding over the cabinets along the kitchen wall.
This Blanco Zeus style kitchen island by Bishop Park is one to have and enjoy when considering contemporary style and quality.