The only reason why this client wanted to replace her existing kitchen, (which was only 9 years old), was that she dreamt of having a butler’s pantry. The existing kitchen had a full length laundry behind it, so we redesigned both the laundry and the kitchen with some minor structural work to achieve the desired butler’s pantry. The existing external laundry door was bricked in to allow a little bench top height window in the pantry to allow natural light into the workspace. The laundry is still big enough to have a great fold down ironing board & plenty of bench space. The client wanted the kitchen to be clean-lined contemporary but we also wanted to honour this gorgeous Brighton Art Deco residence.
Key Piece Melbourne
Interior Architectural & Design
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