Thursday, 21 April 2011
In the kitchen, it’s the best use of space that will make a fabulous kitchen renovation, not necessarily more space.
in this kitchen renovation, the focus was on creating more useable and accessible storage space, rather than simply creating more space.
The original kitchen, while larger in space, lacked enough storage in the corner pantry and cupboards while appliances sat on the benchtops creating clutter.
We reconfigured the pantry and fridge area to create a practical butler's pantry. Split into a storage area and preparation area, there’s enough room to store dry goods and appliances where they’re easily accessible, yet away from sight to keep the kitchen tidy.
The outdated decor of the cupboards were replaced with simple, clean lines while a built in appliances tower houses a coffee machine, steam oven and microwave, creating a sleek and streamlined appearance.
A kitchen renovation is much more than just changing benchtops and splashbacks. The redesign needs to take into account the family’s needs and any issues with the current kitchen.