Bestwood Melamine Ebony Oak brings a natural, warm wood appearance to the kitchen at the in David Reid Homes New Plymouth show home.
In this kitchen designed by Yellowfox, Bestwood Melamine Sandstorm is the standout feature.
This holiday home in Whareroa was designed by Yellowfox
Bluehaven Management commissioned the Yellowfox Design team for the interior design of their new development 'Excelsa Village' in Papamoa. The architecture of the homes reflects New Zealand's coastal heritage.
The kitchens feature cabinetry in Bestwood Melamine Arctic White. A clever feature are the benchtops in Wilsonart Blond Echo laminate which have been clashed with a white laminate to create a slick contemporary finish.
Contrasting light with dark, and fine timber grain with corse timber grain is the key to keeping this minimalist kitchen interesting.
The aluminium extrusion handles and pocket-hinged pantry doors conceal appliances and clutter, adding to the clean lines of the design.
* Ebano Noce Bestwood Natural Wood Veneer
LeMarc have created 8 solid brick and Linea townhouses in Albany. Design team Yellowfox designed the interiors of these houses including the kitchen and bathroom designs.
There were 2 schemes created, with Bestwood Melamine Ash Pinstripe used in the kitchens and bathrooms. Bestwood Melamine Simply White is used as an accent for the on-bench pantries in the kitchen.
* Bestwood Melamine Ash Pinstripe
* Bestwood Melamine Simply White
“For this Howick home the aim was to transform the kitchen, family area to be more open plan and to enhance the outside pool/entertainment area flow.
A soft white, Bestwood Melamine Feather White, was used throughout the kitchen.
* Bestwood Melamine - Feather White, kitchen
This kitchen in Karaka’s “Tomorrow’s Showhome” is a prime example of what to expect from a Future Proof kitchen. Designed by Bella Cassita and built by Central Joinery, this kitchen offers many solutions to meet your requirements now and in the future. It has a contemporary design, intelligent storage concepts, space optimisation, ergonomics and safety features to protect both your loved ones and your investment.
This grand gracious family home - inspired by the arts and crafts style - but designed to suit today’s way of living with it’s open plan layout to the family and dining room, and generous walk in scullery it has everything to suit either the entertainer, chef or to make rural family living a delight. The curved island houses a dishwasher and sink, so that even though the kitchen and scullery are large to suit the scale of the house, the chef can still work within an efficient footprint to prepare a meal.
For the walk in scullery the practicality and durability of Bestwood Melamine Ebony Oak made it an ideal finish and material to use in this area that would get a lot of wear and tear. Bestwood Melamine Arctic Grey is featured as the carcass material throughout the kitchen for a subtle and up market look.
* Bestwood Melamine Ebony Oak - kitchen scullery cabinetry
* Bestwood Melamine Arctic Grey - inside kitchen draws
* Bestwood Melamine Arctic White - Kitchen Cabinetry
* Bestwood Recon Veneer American Oak - Kitchen Top Cabinets
Mc Bride Design and Reilly Joinery used Bestwood Natural Wood Veneer- American White Oak Quarter Cut for its distinctive grain pattern to create an area with a continuous flowing appearance from ceiling to floor.
This kitchen has a relaxed, timeless feel with extenisve use of Bestwood Fijian Kauri.
With sun, sand and sea setting the scene for a beach holiday, a soothing background contributes to the relaxed mood. Yellowfox designers Andrea Burney and Claire Bruford used a neutral palette to ensure nothing distracted from the view for this waterfront holiday home in Opito Bay. The house was designed to showcase products available through Carters.
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* Bestwood Reconstituted Veneer - Italian Wenge Kitchen, entertainment unit, bathroom vanities
* Shadowclad - exterior house
Yellowfox was commissioned to design the interiors for this expansive rural home. The focus was on layers of textures and natural colours and materials. Bestwood Natural Wood Veneer in Walnut was the perfect choice for the kitchen cabinetry. This veneer was carried through into the bathrooms to feature in the vanity cabinetry.
* Walnut Bestwood Natural Wood Veneer
We are spoilt in New Zealand when it comes to the variety of spectacular outlooks on show in locations around the country. For those building homes in these areas, capitalising on the view is paramount.
Design company Yellowfox is involved in creating interiors in many different locations around New Zealand. When designing the interiors of this new Wanaka development, the idea was to accentuate the drama of the outlook through choice of materials, says designer Andrea Burney.
Bestwood dark-stained oak veneer with a horizontal grain accentuates the length of the base cabinetry.
* Bestwood Recon Veneer American Oak - Kitchen Cabinetry
The use of Bestwood Recon Veneer throughout this Cambridge property accentuates the grey Hebel walls and gives the house a very beautiful and contemporary look and feel. The clean lines, rich colours and natural beauty of Bestwood Recon Veneer successfully achieve the modern look specified by the owners. Bestwood Recon Walnut has been used throughout all the internal doors and 2.5mm thick AvantEdge Recon Walnut provides a robust, seamless finish on all edges.
The Bestwood Recon Walnut flows through to all the bathroom vanities, bedroom wardrobes, tv cabinetry and media/shelving centre, this keeps the look and feel consistent whilst adding warmth and richness to each room.
* Bestwood Natural Wood Veneer - American Oak chocolate stained
Yellowfox developed 3 distinct interior & exterior colour schemes - Ocean, Metro & Earth. Each pays tribute to the natural materials and designer elements the AXIS transportable home has to offer.
* Bestwood Melamine Arctic White - Kitchen
* Bestwood Melamine Greyed Oak - Bathrooms