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The owners wanted to do an extensive renovation of the whole house, which included changing the existing outdated and tired kitchen

“We had to work the design around some existing columns because they could not be removed. The new design is aimed at taking in the view, changing the colour palette, and blending the inside with the outdoor area. We created a new butler’s pantry and secondary appliance area to make more space for meal preparation and cooking. These areas, plus the extensive cabinetry, provide ample storage for the whole family. The clients wanted to retain as much of the Corian as possible, and the new stunning Corian benchtop in Witch Hazel is a real standout of the kitchen. Not only does this room meet the expectations of the client, it blends in beautifully with the other newly renovated living areas in the house.”
Designer: Susan Garsden for Garsden & Clarke Kitchens

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Originally in Luxury Kitchens & Bathrooms, Volume 14

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