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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Period style, compact bathroom: where to put a cabinet? Before…

Sonia and Theo were faithfully restoring their Californian bungalow house in Bexley, Sydney, but had a problem. No where to store anything in the 2 metre square bathroom. Pedestal basin, bath, toilet, door and window was it. There was one option. A cabinet above the basin and the tile line and mirror at head height. […]

“We’re looking for a modern, practical kitchen, made using solid wood” Part 3

With the installation of the stone bench tops, wood wall shelves, white splash back tiles, oven top and range hood the work is complete. The result is as Laura and Michael wanted, as depicted in the images offered as a guide right at the start – see part 1. To contact me for information on […]

“We’re looking for a modern, practical kitchen, made using solid wood” Part 2

After studying the previous images shown in Part 1, recycled Oregon was chosen for the fascia timbers: this wood being available, the right colour and most importantly, affordable enough to fit into Laura and Michael’s budget. A few samples were prepared and they were invited to the workshop to inspect them. The interiors would be […]

“We’re looking for a modern, practical kitchen, made using solid wood” Part 1

Laura and Michael had been contacting kitchen companies, visiting showrooms and searching online, but were disappointed at the options offered. They wanted a space that family and friends could share and feel comfortable in: somewhere that would take life’s knocks gracefully. Below are the images they sent me. They represent what they were looking for.