Although the existing kitchen in this Richmond home was only 8 years old, our client felt isolated and confined when working in the space. With some easy structural changes, we increased the storage space dramatically. This opened up the space to flow into the living and dining areas. It also allowed the family to easily communicate throughout the whole area. The bathrooms needed to be original and a little quirky to marry up with our clients’ love of everything glamorous.
Key Piece Melbourne
Interior Architecture & Design
We never work within our own taste or ego. We feel very comfortable intuiting our clients’ needs. We work within all styles, ranging from classical to contemporary. – Jo-Anne Balchin