Located in Ashgrove, known for its 1920s Queenslander-style homes, this now bright and airy kitchen has been revived.
The previous kitchen design was dated and out of sync with the style of the dwelling. Aiming to bring the space back in line with the rest of the house, the homeowners wanted a kitchen transformation that would flow well into the surrounding areas with a stylish yet practical design.
To capture the original charm, the floor plan was reimagined and maximised to create more space and better flow. The addition of a walk-in butler’s pantry keeps clutter out of sight, leaving the room to shine on its own. The classic duo chrome colour palette of crisp white and moody black is on par with the home’s vintage origins.
A stunning kitchen island provides plenty of drawer space, while also serving as a focal point for the room. Black accents across the oven, light fittings, handles and bar stools deliver visually appealing contrast, while the deep tones of timber flooring add a natural element to soften the bold contrast.
This kitchen transformation now has a timeless feel that delivers both functionality and the room’s original 1920s-era style.
Design – Paul Jensen
Build – Dana Kitchens
The revived yet timeless feel of the 1920s, combined with the open-plan flow that’s so popular in modern homes
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