This residential renovation was undertaken in two stages over 3 years. Our clients first came to us with the request to rationalise the existing ground floor family bathroom, toilet and laundry spaces as well as the first floor guest toilet, master bedroom robe and en-suite areas.
The existing layout was not meeting the functional requirements of a growing family and our clients also wanted to update the interior aesthetic to a more contemporary vibe and one that was better suited
to their taste.
The ground floor spaces were re-configured to allow for a larger child friendly bathroom and a more functional and pleasant laundry space.
Maximise opportunities for storage and improved functionality. A large sliding window was included in the bathroom design to allow for natural light to flood into
the space and a view to the outside garden from the bath.
The first floor master bedroom robe, ensuite and guest toilet spaces were re-configured to allow for a more functional robe and ensuite space as well as a generous cloakroom space.
Rich timber veneer cabinetry and earthy stone counter tops bring warmth and luxury to an otherwise light and reflective environment.
These materials and the same detailing were continued through into stage 2 of the renovation – the re-design of the kitchen and family area. The brief required this space to be the hub of family life.
It should be a beautiful functional kitchen for a client who loves to cook, an area for the family to eat together informally,
a work and homework space and a place to hang out and enjoy the views.