Cooking with Colour

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Rogerseller, purveyor of contemporary bathrooms and designer kitchens, have embraced the art of colour and used it as inspiration for the new art collaboration on display in showrooms across Australia. Working with creative agency Jane and colour experts Harvest Textiles, the installations are a playful series of typographic sculptures that use string as a medium to take the form of a playful word that evokes a particular colour. 

The designers behind this Bontempi Kitchen by Rogerseller have taken inspiration from the colour blue and the feeling of calm and peace that it invokes to create a kitchen that sees the whole family seeking nourishment both of the belly and the soul.

This Victorian townhouse in Melbourne's South Yarra has had a modern makeover that imbibes charm and character due to the clever mix of materials. 

Stainless steel mixed with white brick tiles in the splash back, recycled timber used for shelving and concrete bench tops compliment the modern pop of blue matte lacquer used on the cabinetry. 

Vintage industrial style lighting found in New York and rustic objet styling the open shelving add personality and warmth to an otherwise utilitarian space. 

The island bench lined with sturdy timber stools encourage conversation and contemplation over a meal or a cup of tea ...ahh.

PHOTOGRAPHY: Nicole England