Kitchen of The Year Winner 2020 | “City Modern”

You have voted and The Kitchen of the Year 2020 is … “City Modern” – a modern monochromatic kitchen.

To end off 2020, we decided to put forward four kitchens that we created during the year to public vote for a kitchen deserving the title “Kitchen of the Year 2020”.

We had an inkling that this modern monochromatic space would take the cake, and we weren’t wrong!  We are absolutely thrilled that you agree with us.

We received some lovely comments from the public about each kitchen (scroll down to see what the public had to say about our finalist kitchens).

We are looking forward to creating fresh and exciting spaces for our clients this year, and without a doubt we will have some wonderful finalists for The Kitchen of The Year 2021.

We would like to thank all of our wonderful clients for entrusting us with making their vision for the kitchen of their dreams a reality.  Without your vision we would not be able to create these incredible spaces. Thank You!

Contact us to find out more about the kitchens we create, as well as living spaces and bathrooms tailored to your needs.

Finalists | Kitchen of the Year 2020

Kitchen #1 |Tamboerskloof Transitional

2nd Place – Kitchen of the Year 2020

This transitional kitchen is a real trend setter!  It has certainly brought this Victorian home well into the 21st century using a combination of styles.  Natural wood, engineered stone and the custom sprayed cabinets, in a matte finish of deep blue and crisp white, create oodles of interest.  LED lighting beneath the wall-mounted shelving really brings the chocolate tones of the marbled stone to life.  It is both light and fresh, and filled with a richness of texture and colour.  This kitchen is an instant classic in a class of it’s own!

What people said about the 2nd place kitchen…

Cosy & elegant. Nice use of a small space!” – Desiree Haakonsen

“I love the royal blue..hides dirt well..and the fact that there is plenty seating thats out of the way is a huge plus… company while I cook is a bonus.” – Kurt Reid

“Modern meets rustic. Love it!” – Leola Luker

Could your kitchen be Kitchen of the Year 2021?

Kitchen #2 | City Modern

1st Place – WINNER – Kitchen of the Year 2020

This modern, city kitchen is an ultra-sleek contemporary masterpiece!  The high contrast between the matte black cabinetry and the white marble island surface is eye catching, crisp and clean.  The reflective splashback subtly mirrors the open-plan living space creating the illusion of doubled double volume.  A truly magical, mirrored city scape brings this monochromatic wall space to life.  Pops of colour have been introduced through the clever addition of vibrant red appliances.  This on-trend kitchen is a modern marvel!

What people said about the winning kitchen…

“Sleek Clean Modern, My Dream Kitchen” – Denise Coleman

Love the black, so chic. Aesthetically pleasing and blends so well with the rest of the fixtures and fittings. Smooth!– Melissa Combrink

My personal preference usually errs towards lighter cabinetry, but the use of dark colours, offset by the abundance of ambient, natural light, really gives this kitchen a unique, modern look. The white centre island counter is highlighted in contrast, and the use of what is usually ‘dead space’ has been utilised well to ensure that this kitchen is a cut above the rest of the competition.” – Dean Castle

“I love the clean lines and modern feel, the contrasting cabinets really compliment each other.” – Renee Arendse

a dual L-shaped kitchen layout allows for ease of flow

Kitchen #3 | Franschoek Traditional

Tied 3rd Place – Kitchen of the Year 2020

Traditional and simplistic, this country kitchen is as crisp as the mountain air!  Antiqued brass paired with brandished wood-grain brings charm to the space.  All of the mod cons required to make life in the kitchen a pleasure are cleverly concealed behind the traditional cabinet fronts.  An integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine, are neatly tucked away, out of sight – keeping the space open and clutter free.  Textured countertops and dark wood elements add a modern twist to a traditional style.  This kitchen is fresh and fuss free!

Kitchen #4 | Camps Bay Contemporary

Tied 3rd Place – Kitchen of the Year 2020

This contemporary kitchen is a real conversation starter with its exotic Blue Agate countertops!  Simple white cabinets with crisp lines and reverse finger-grip detail put the showstopping countertop at centre stage.  This is actually a ‘scullery’ kitchen tucked away behind the home’s main entertainment kitchen.  This little blue wonder is geared for getting the dirty work done with a fully-equipped laundry cabinet…  an extra deep drawer is the perfect spot for the dustbin, and recycling containers.  This scullery kitchen proves that a second kitchen doesn’t have to be second best!

What people said about the tied 3rd place kitchens…

Franschoek Traditional

I love the simplicity and clean look– Alison Eastwood

Camps Bay Contemporary

Bright and open” – Shirley Muller

Consult with a Professional Kitchen Designer

Getting to know our clients is very important to us.  Knowing how each individual lives and works in a space helps us to create spaces that are uniquely suited to each client’s lifestyle.  We do our utmost to ensure that every space is built for convenience and ease of flow.

Jean Booyens

Director, CCMI Kitchen and Cupboard Specialists

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