In the middle of 2020 we assisted our Balgownie clients with a kitchen renovation.
What our clients wanted from their kitchen renovation
This 1980’s split level home had an old timber kitchen with unused ‘dead’ space. Our clients wanted a more modern look, a more functional layout as well as to make use of all available space.
We assisted our client with the structural modifications required prior to the new kitchen installation. We organised the electrical and plumbing trades as well as coordinating the renovation from beginning to end.
The new kitchen cabinetry was designed, supplied and installed by Best Kitchens. Our clients chose a combination of wood grain and dark grey cabinets that coordinate beautifully with the natural colours in the existing slate floor.
What our clients achieved
Enclosing the cupboards to the ceiling above the cook top and incorporating the space above the refrigerator into an existing lounge room cupboard made good use of those difficult, dust collecting spaces.
Continuing the wood grain cabinet finish all the way to the ceiling draws your eye upward to the exposed beams. The small spotlights installed on the beams accentuate them as the beautiful feature they are.
Without changing the floor space our clients have managed to convert a pokey room into an open space that draws you in and through to the dining room. By enclosing the dead space above the old cupboards they have actually created a larger, more open feel. The end result is not only sleek and modern but also warm and inviting. The new kitchen blends seamlessly with the natural textures pre-existing in the home.
‘Every time my wife cooks she can’t help but smile and comment about how good it is.’
‘We were very impressed by the attention to detail and quality of the building work to maximise the life of the new kitchen.’
Best Kitchens – cabinets, splash back and stone bench tops
Midnight Owl Plumbing
Paul Watts Plastering