A kitchen and bathroom were the focus of this 1930’s Art Deco Renovation.
An internal brick wall was knocked down to create this ideal living space, to include a galley style kitchen, dining and lounge room, extending to an outdoor area. New timber look floor tiles were laid in the area, whilst the rear wall was replaced with black framed windows and sliding stacker doors, which tie in with the theme of the home and frame the greenery of the backyard landscape.
A stunning design outcome resulted with this sophisticated space setting the scene perfectly for long lunches or the ultimate dinner party.
To service the guests the bathroom was also updated, evolving from an outdated segregated room to a more well defined layout, with a moody colour palette, providing design cohesion between the two newly renovated rooms. To open up the space, the team removed some internal brick walls which allowed for a large walk in shower, with a fabulous full length self between the two walls, for storage and display space.
The best renovations are often achieved when all rooms have been considered as part of the design process.
This is clearly evident in the beautiful renovation we have completed here, in this Melbourne Italianate Villa. Ultimate Kitchens & Bathrooms were engaged for the design and project management of all the wet rooms.
The same design elements were used throughout the home. Dark cabinetry was used alongside natural stone and solid brass accents in the kitchen, bathrooms and laundry.
Marvel at the stunning details where we have tastefully updated the interior to blend with the traditional origins of this period home.
This unit in Camberwell was recently completed by our team. A number of rooms were renovated including the kitchen and laundry which are located alongside each other. A clean modern look was achieved for our clients.
We also transformed this ensuite by removing the broom cabinet in the laundry that sits behind this space, this oversized shower was formed to add to the luxurious room. The scale of the space allows for his and hers twin vanity with ample sized storage drawers.
The bathrooms of this Edwardian home in Canterbury fulfill the client brief for Semi-Industrial, minimalist themed spaces to complement the style of the home. The ensuite is a luxurious space offering all the desired facilities. The warm theme of all rooms echoes in the materials used.
The vanity was created from Recycled Messmate with a horizontal grain, complemented by the polished concrete bench top. The double walk-in shower creates a real impact, with its black framed glass which again echoes with the framing in the mirrors and shelving.
The children’s bathroom took on a new design dimension with the introduction of a primary colour to the vanity and storage units to add a sense of fun that was desired in this space.
The design brief presented for the kitchen was to attain more storage requirements, along with further bench space, plus room for a dining table.
By making use of the adjoining laundry space, the new design layout was re-orientated 90 degrees to allow for a longer run of cabinets and the dining table was then placed under the highlight window. This provided a lovely natural light for the space.The combined bathroom/ laundry was then re-positioned under the stairs.
The colour palette of warm timber look finishes and Cararra marble followed through to the combined bathroom/ laundry and ensuite to create a seamless link between the spaces.