Garden Art House (New)
Having lived in this Victorian weatherboard home throughout their children’s early years, our client felt it was time to reinvigorate their space. The existing kitchen, too small for a family that was growing up fast and a living space which was barely used.
A new layout was designed to reflect what was important to our client, an open kitchen for entertaining, a fresh palette, light & airy, a connection to the outdoors and a space where all could gather.
Marble, painted solid oak and two pack are the main materials used in this project. Brushed brass was strategically installed to a joinery cupboard, custom handles and bespoke light fitting designed by a local talent.
A connection between the kitchen and living areas was hugely important. Consisting of a skyscraper bookcase with hidden running gear, allows three painted American oak panels to slide up and down to reveal hidden treasures and artwork sourced by our client from all over the world. A sneaky desk is hidden behind one of these panels, a great area used for the families busy schedule.
A Cheminees Philippe slow combustion French fireplace surrounded by the same marble that wraps the kitchen connects the two areas. Furniture and lighting selection from distinctive suppliers completes the interior creating a light and airy yet snug interior.