At a fraction of the cost of a whole new fit out, this kitchen has been given a well deserved face lift. It is now fresh, light and inviting and styled in sympathy with its architecture.
This graceful heritage listed Queenslander had been lovingly cared for by the current owners however the kitchen had been renovated 15 years prior by the previous owners who had installed a dark timber country styled kitchen which was not in keeping with the original architecture of the home. It did not function well and was very dark. The homeowners were reluctant to replace the entire kitchen and preferred to renovate the existing space. Their objectives were to include the latest in technology and function with a traditional look in keeping with the Queenslander architecture. The outcome they wanted to achieve was to be light, bright, inviting and practical.
Inspiration was taken from the Hamptons style. The existing cabinetry was professionally resurfaced and redesigned in some sections. The existing marble benchtops were retained. New appliances installed including a french door fridge, Ilve oven, an Asko integrated rangehood installed in the original brick chimney and Zip tap over the new Franke sink.
Wynnum Kitchen Renovation
Renovation of a traditional kitchen in a heritage listed Queenslander
Kitchen Renovation - Wynnum
Old becomes new again!
An undermount rangehood has been fitted into the original brick chimney.
Modern day surfaces in a traditional home
Hidden undermount rangehood
Light filled kitchen
Storage for everything!
Renovation - Stairs - Wynnum
Light filled stairwell