Many structural and design obstacles were overcome to create the light and modern space you see here.
Before the renovation the kitchen was dark, cramped and outdated. The low ceiling and exposed beams were typical of 1970s design sensibilities, while the layout made preparing meals unnecessarily troublesome.The new design has resulted in multipurpose kitchen that is both beautiful and functional. The kitchen now transitions from comfortable cooking space to entertaining area with the greatest of ease. Updated lighting and a plastered ceiling that now conceal the dark beams combine to create the impression of space. Glass splashbacks assist in making the room feel bigger by reflecting the depth of the adjoining room.
Easily maintained neutral finishes were combined with the natural beauty of Spotted Gum to create a warm and inviting workspace. The functionality of storage is taken care of with a multitude of drawers and two large pantries, whilst the curved shapes perfectly balanced in the design make it aesthetically stunning.