"The Hungarian point or chevron pattern is a bold design that when created in timber on cabinetry really showcases the intrinsic beauty of natural wood grain. Finished in white oil, it can introduce a very serene Nordic feel to a space. For a more dramatic impact, try it hand dyed in a deep bold hue."
Andrew Hays and Kimm Kovac for Living ect. Kitchen trends 2018.
This Arteim designed kitchen was created to sit in a modern architectural home built in an Alpine forest. The finish is a hand-dyed crown cut oak in a Hungarian point pattern dyed in a deep petroleum blue. A bespoke woven mesh panel in a brushed almond gold opens to reveal a walnut finger jointed sideboard and hanging shelves with polished almond gold accents.
The island is clad in a natural stone and one end features a chopping station created from a foraged block of ancient oak. A seating area has been designed with a walnut table that appears to intersect the island and stands on slender metal framed legs.