These clients are lucky enough to look over lovely grassy parklands from Amiens Street. We immediately convinced them to change & lower the kitchen window so that they could see the outlook. It was also important to lighten up the space as much as we could. This means we had to be careful not to lose the personality of the cosy family hub. It was important in this case to create as much functional storage as possible and also allocate special display areas so this busy family has a place for everything & helps them to stay organised.
Key Piece Melbourne
Interior Architectural & Design
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