Classic

Denistone Home

Seamlessly balancing tradition with modern lifestyle.

Client Brief:

Situated in a house that is over 100 years old, the client wanted to bring their kitchen into the present without compromising on the home’s heritage and style. It was important that the new design remained in keeping with the rest of the house.

The traditional kitchen needed to function practically for this busy family of five, who are keen cooking enthusiasts, seeking a clutter free kitchen with an open feel and generous workspace.

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Classic

Lindfield Home

An award-winning kitchen that seamlessly marries functionality with timeless elegance.

Client Brief:

The kitchen is the hub of this large, young family’s home. It’s a place where everyone gathers and, therefore, needs to service the diverse needs of this busy family. For this classic, timeless and elegant kitchen design, must-have features included a workstation area from which family members can do homework or work, as well as generous storage options and a large island with ample seating.

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Classic

Epping Home

A unique statement kitchen for this one-of-a-kind client.

Design Brief:

This client dreamed of a grand bespoke design to suit the large extension that they were making to their federation home.

Whilst the rest of the home featured dark timber architraves and floors, the client requested that joinery in the new extension be lighter due to the south facing aspect.

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Contemporary

Middle Cove Home

An old, poky space is replaced with an award-winning kitchen that feels open and spacious, calm yet striking.

Client Brief:
The existing kitchen felt claustrophobic, and hosted an all-white palette. The client wanted to shift gears and create a striking, cutting edge look that elevated the space and gave a sense of substance to the small kitchen area, with maximum bench space possible. Connection between the indoors and outdoor balcony was also important to the client for flow. It was important to incorporate the sweeping vistas into the new design.

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Classic

Avoca Beach Home

Retirees make a splash with this dazzling beachfront kitchen renovation.

Client Brief:

This penthouse, beachfront apartment is owned by a retiree couple looking to make a grand statement. In a modern building with commanding beachfront views the existing kitchen felt dark and outdated. They wanted a fully equipped and spacious entertainers kitchen to host family and friends, with a traditional feel to reflect their personalities. Elevated, luxurious finishes, state of the art appliances and lots of display space to showcase their precious travel memorabilia were must-haves. The couple are third-time clients.

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Classic

Strathfield Home

The kitchen is the true heart of this French Provincial style home for a client who loves to entertain.

Client Brief:

Hosting family and friends regularly, a self contained and fully concealed scullery with plenty of added storage was a must-have inclusion. The client also required a seamless flow from the kitchen to the outdoor entertaining area, as well as large counter space for her large family to prepare food, cook together and gather.

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Classic

Woolwich Home

Building the ultimate entertainers kitchen in a harbour-side, heritage residence.

Client Brief:

The client desired his beloved home’s tired kitchen to be brought to life with an opulent and traditional makeover. The goal was to build an entertainers kitchen which included a SubZero refrigerator and Wolf freestanding stove, yet honoured the heritage of the luxury circa 1892 house.

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Classic

Vaucluse Home

2015 SubZero Wolf award-winning traditional kitchen that puts the Hamptons in Vaucluse.

Client Brief:

A high quality traditional kitchen that’s practical and functional, and visually gorgeous – that was the brief given by these Vaucluse residents. They wanted a kitchen that was in keeping with the elevated and classic, yet relaxed and beachy ‘Hamptons’ style.

The client was passionate about working with our award winning designer, John Horvath: “We were blown away by the stunning showroom, attention to detail and by John’s innovative and challenging concept”.

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Contemporary

Leichhardt Home

An exceptional designer kitchen for designer clients.

Unique Clients:

When mother-daughter team, and interior designers, Noela Coffey and Carla Barton decided to renovate this Leichhardt house for sale, they knew that their target market would demand a renovation of the highest quality. After all, kitchens sell houses. So, they brought in the big guns (us!).

Our expert team of designers, manufacturers and installers worked with them to achieve this bespoke kitchen. It was important to create a statement kitchen while being neutral enough to maintain broad appeal to prospective buyers. The result is a kitchen full of exquisite yet subtle design features.

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Contemporary

Drummoyne Home

Drama and individuality ooze from this award-winning, statement kitchen.

This unique kitchen design perfectly balances boldness and sophistication with warmth and openness.

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Contemporary

Lindfield Home

A gorgeous kitchen that serves the diverse needs of this bustling household.

Client Brief:

For a busy household of five, this kitchen needed to be able to work overtime as a multifunctional, practical, inviting and aesthetically beautiful space. A large island with seating and food prep space for three people was required in order to host intimate specialist cooking classes for people with dietary changes as a result of cancer treatment.

Their wish list also included generous and easily accessible working spaces, calm, clutter free surfaces, a workstation and functional scullery, as well as the inclusion of a vintage rectangular art deco chandelier.

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Classic

Vaucluse Home

Out with the old dated, heavy wooden kitchen and in with the WOW factor, in this bright and fresh, distinct and sophisticated entertainer’s dream.

Client Brief:

Strong, bespoke design was the top priority, along with the inclusion of an island and visibility to view the home’s large security monitor. The new design needed to allow for the addition of large bifold doors opening out to the entertaining area. Other essentials included a 760mm Wolf oven steamer and warming drawer, along with a 1300mm pitt cooktop and a butler sink.

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Classic

Denistone Home

Seamlessly balancing tradition with modern lifestyle.

Client Brief:

Situated in a house that is over 100 years old, the client wanted to bring their kitchen into the present without compromising on the home’s heritage and style. It was important that the new design remained in keeping with the rest of the house.

The traditional kitchen needed to function practically for this busy family of five, who are keen cooking enthusiasts, seeking a clutter free kitchen with an open feel and generous workspace.

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Classic

Lindfield Home

An award-winning kitchen that seamlessly marries functionality with timeless elegance.

Client Brief:

The kitchen is the hub of this large, young family’s home. It’s a place where everyone gathers and, therefore, needs to service the diverse needs of this busy family. For this classic, timeless and elegant kitchen design, must-have features included a workstation area from which family members can do homework or work, as well as generous storage options and a large island with ample seating.

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Classic

Epping Home

A unique statement kitchen for this one-of-a-kind client.

Design Brief:

This client dreamed of a grand bespoke design to suit the large extension that they were making to their federation home.

Whilst the rest of the home featured dark timber architraves and floors, the client requested that joinery in the new extension be lighter due to the south facing aspect.

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Classic

Avoca Beach Home

Retirees make a splash with this dazzling beachfront kitchen renovation.

Client Brief:

This penthouse, beachfront apartment is owned by a retiree couple looking to make a grand statement. In a modern building with commanding beachfront views the existing kitchen felt dark and outdated. They wanted a fully equipped and spacious entertainers kitchen to host family and friends, with a traditional feel to reflect their personalities. Elevated, luxurious finishes, state of the art appliances and lots of display space to showcase their precious travel memorabilia were must-haves. The couple are third-time clients.

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Classic

Strathfield Home

The kitchen is the true heart of this French Provincial style home for a client who loves to entertain.

Client Brief:

Hosting family and friends regularly, a self contained and fully concealed scullery with plenty of added storage was a must-have inclusion. The client also required a seamless flow from the kitchen to the outdoor entertaining area, as well as large counter space for her large family to prepare food, cook together and gather.

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Classic

Woolwich Home

Building the ultimate entertainers kitchen in a harbour-side, heritage residence.

Client Brief:

The client desired his beloved home’s tired kitchen to be brought to life with an opulent and traditional makeover. The goal was to build an entertainers kitchen which included a SubZero refrigerator and Wolf freestanding stove, yet honoured the heritage of the luxury circa 1892 house.

View case study

Classic

Vaucluse Home

2015 SubZero Wolf award-winning traditional kitchen that puts the Hamptons in Vaucluse.

Client Brief:

A high quality traditional kitchen that’s practical and functional, and visually gorgeous – that was the brief given by these Vaucluse residents. They wanted a kitchen that was in keeping with the elevated and classic, yet relaxed and beachy ‘Hamptons’ style.

The client was passionate about working with our award winning designer, John Horvath: “We were blown away by the stunning showroom, attention to detail and by John’s innovative and challenging concept”.

View case study

Classic

Vaucluse Home

Out with the old dated, heavy wooden kitchen and in with the WOW factor, in this bright and fresh, distinct and sophisticated entertainer’s dream.

Client Brief:

Strong, bespoke design was the top priority, along with the inclusion of an island and visibility to view the home’s large security monitor. The new design needed to allow for the addition of large bifold doors opening out to the entertaining area. Other essentials included a 760mm Wolf oven steamer and warming drawer, along with a 1300mm pitt cooktop and a butler sink.

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Contemporary

Middle Cove Home

An old, poky space is replaced with an award-winning kitchen that feels open and spacious, calm yet striking.

Client Brief:
The existing kitchen felt claustrophobic, and hosted an all-white palette. The client wanted to shift gears and create a striking, cutting edge look that elevated the space and gave a sense of substance to the small kitchen area, with maximum bench space possible. Connection between the indoors and outdoor balcony was also important to the client for flow. It was important to incorporate the sweeping vistas into the new design.

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Contemporary

Leichhardt Home

An exceptional designer kitchen for designer clients.

Unique Clients:

When mother-daughter team, and interior designers, Noela Coffey and Carla Barton decided to renovate this Leichhardt house for sale, they knew that their target market would demand a renovation of the highest quality. After all, kitchens sell houses. So, they brought in the big guns (us!).

Our expert team of designers, manufacturers and installers worked with them to achieve this bespoke kitchen. It was important to create a statement kitchen while being neutral enough to maintain broad appeal to prospective buyers. The result is a kitchen full of exquisite yet subtle design features.

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Contemporary

Drummoyne Home

Drama and individuality ooze from this award-winning, statement kitchen.

This unique kitchen design perfectly balances boldness and sophistication with warmth and openness.

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Contemporary

Lindfield Home

A gorgeous kitchen that serves the diverse needs of this bustling household.

Client Brief:

For a busy household of five, this kitchen needed to be able to work overtime as a multifunctional, practical, inviting and aesthetically beautiful space. A large island with seating and food prep space for three people was required in order to host intimate specialist cooking classes for people with dietary changes as a result of cancer treatment.

Their wish list also included generous and easily accessible working spaces, calm, clutter free surfaces, a workstation and functional scullery, as well as the inclusion of a vintage rectangular art deco chandelier.

View case study