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    Two Kitchen Transformations – Affordable Update To Complete Overhaul!

    Kitchen 1: Complete Overhaul 

    After an incident of a guest putting the electric kettle onto the gas cooktop (oops!), which caused a lot of smoke and damage, it was time for a whole new kitchen.

    The clients renovated this Edwardian home in the late nineties, and it had seen her children grow up and eventually move out. Their needs have changed, and they wanted their space to reflect that.

    What they wanted: 

    The clients wanted to include a wine fridge, and they wanted to continue to use the kitchen as a space to entertain when friends and neighbours dropped over. Apart from that, they left the rest up to me – #dreamclient!

    What to keep: 

    There were a few things that they wanted to retain: the existing layout, the rangehood (it was brand new as the existing one was damaged in the kettle fire) and existing walk-in-pantry that suited them well.

    What we did: 

    I wanted the space to look fresh and yet feel warm. It needed to be welcoming and chic just like the client herself, so we introduced a bold raspberry accent colour (onto the mostly white kitchen – we chose Dulux Ripe Rhubarb to accent Dulux Natural White). This colour featured in a few pieces of art that the clients owned, and it lends an element of the unexpected in this mostly white kitchen.

    We extended the island bench to the wall, which allowed for some shelving to the front, as well as the wine fridge inside the kitchen. A beautiful slab of New York marble was selected for the island bench, worrying about stains isn’t this client’s style – life is too short! Although the kitchen is mostly white, texture plays a part in keeping it interesting. The cupboard fronts have a v-groove pattern and the white tiles (from Earp Bros) are handmade in Morocco, with a wonderful shimmering texture.

    Having the fridge is concealed behind cupboard doors makes the whole kitchen feel more cohesive. We worked with Rob of Plane Architectural Joinery to bring this design to life!

    Budget breakdown: 

    Custom made cabinetry, stone, plumbing and electrical work: $35,000
    Sink and tap: $1,400
    Appliances : $27,000
    Lighting and misc: $5,000

    Total $68,400

    Pendant light: Conehome Single Arch by LAAL. Tiles: Moroccan Bijmat from Earp Bros and installed by Baz of National Tilers. Tapware: Astra Walker. Gubi Stools: In Good Company. Wall and Cabinet: Dulux Natural White, accent Dulux Ripe Rubarb. Handles: Custom. Benchtops: cooktop Zenith by Dekton from Cosentino. Kitchen fabricated by Plane Architectural Joinery. Photo – Tess Kelly.


    Pendant light: Conehome Single Arch by LAAL. Tiles: Moroccan Bijmat from Earp Bros and installed by Baz of National Tilers. Tapware: Astra Walker. Gubi Stools: In Good Company. Wall and Cabinet: Dulux Natural White, accent Dulux Ripe Rubarb. Handles: Custom. Benchtops: cooktop Zenith by Dekton from Cosentino. Kitchen fabricated by Plane Architectural Joinery. Photo – Tess Kelly.


    Pendant light: Conehome Single Arch by LAAL. Tiles: Moroccan Bijmat from Earp Bros and installed by Baz of National Tilers. Tapware: Astra Walker. Gubi Stools: In Good Company. Wall and Cabinet: Dulux Natural White, accent Dulux Ripe Rubarb. Handles: Custom. Benchtops: cooktop Zenith by Dekton from Cosentino. Kitchen fabricated by Plane Architectural Joinery. Photo – Tess Kelly.


    Pendant light: Conehome Single Arch by LAAL. Tiles: Moroccan Bijmat from Earp Bros and installed by Baz of National Tilers. Tapware: Astra Walker. Gubi Stools: In Good Company. Wall and Cabinet: Dulux Natural White, accent Dulux Ripe Rubarb. Handles: Custom. Benchtops: cooktop Zenith by Dekton from Cosentino. Kitchen fabricated by Plane Architectural Joinery. Photo – Tess Kelly.


    Stone splashback: Airslate from Earp Bros. Shelf: Coupe shelf from The Apartment. Light: Lampe de Marseilles from Lights Lights Lights. Stool: Cab stool by Cassina from Mobilia. Photo – sisalla.


    Stone splashback: Airslate from Earp Bros. Shelf: Coupe shelf from The Apartment. Light: Lampe de Marseilles from Lights Lights Lights. Stool: Cab stool by Cassina from Mobilia. Photo – sisalla.

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