This Trends Award wining 1940's family villa nestled in Fendalton, required a renovation which included the kitchen family room area. A previous addition had not been designed to help this home flow. The access was via the laundry was via the and the large dark strange shaped kitchen took over this room. By relocating the kitchen to the back wall we were able to open through the old bathroom creating a new hallway which incorporates a hidden laundry and relocate the bathroom to the other side. Suddenly this home worked. Not only could you walk right through the home but the new kitchen was in keeping with the era of this dwelling.
A small granny flat was crying out for a complete uplift. Removing walls and reconfiguring the layout created a wonderful light, bright, new entertaining space. The stunning taupe Graphite sink complements the stone bench top. The new extra-wide range hood with glass splash back create a sense of space in this tight kitchen. The bespoke handmade light fixture was a special feature of the client. New paint with light blinds and new fixtures and fittings enhance this once dark home.
These townhouse kitchens are of the highest quality. With stunning appliances, ample storage, tall glass cabinet and large work areas these kitchen have it all. Wooden flooring flows throughout this living area along with the indoor outdoor flow from both ends of this space, this kitchen works fabulously for entertaining. The stunning Granite Bench tops are set off with the black Oven, Hob & Range hood and the Island houses a hideaway under bench drinks fridge. These kitchen are light bright and airy.
The result of a large renovation on this home resulted in the new kitchen being relocated to the living end of the home. Originally the laundry with lean-to toilet this area was gutted and renewed. Keeping the original laundry window as the theme, we replicated the windows which now is the window seating area. The shapes are amazing in this room with the angles emphasized by the blue paint. Extra tall cabinets and a clever use of the adjoining walls to the new laundry area have created a spacious yet functional new kitchen. Glossy Redwood floors complete this kitchen.
Our clients 1970's home required a large renovation. The original kitchen was a tight space with narrowed bench tops and very little storage space. A tiny island semi closed off this room. By knocking through a hallway cupboard we were able to widen this kitchen to incorporate my clients brief of a 900w Oven. The deep cabinets allowed for more bench space and we were able to replicate the original open shelving feature. A seating area was a must and the floating shelving sets off the spacious airy feel of this kitchen renovation.