Originally built in 1927, this home’s kitchen had not been updated since then. Needless to say, the space was in need of a renovation to fresh up its look and improve its functionality.
As the homeowners were also the project’s builders, they played a large role in the design and execution of this update. The homeowners wanted a kitchen that exuded timeless appeal while remaining workable, ergonomic and abundantly functional. To accommodate for this, a neutral colour scheme was chosen for the cabinetry and drawers, which were all customised to suit the homeowners’ pots, pans and storage needs.
Two dishwashers and an ASKO cooktop with both gas and induction allowances were integrated into the space to accommodate for the homeowners’ love of cooking fresh homemade meals, and a subway-tiled splashback was installed to complement the Shaker-style overhead cabinetry. Carrara marble was chosen for the island bench, which adds an extra touch of luxury to this exquisite kitchen space.
Designer: Con Moshopoulos for Urban Kitchens, in collaboration with Baroque Developments
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Originally in the Kitchen Yearbook Volume 22