Bronte
Kitchen and Bathroom renovation 

A bright top floor Art Deco apartment needed a much over due kitchen and bathroom renovation. To take advantage of the windows on both sides of the apartment the demolition of an existing internal structural wall was needed. With the appropriate advise and permissions from strata a solution was achieved within the roof space to allow for a seamless roof line between the rooms. The resulting fusion of two smaller rooms into one light bright living, kitchen and dining space delivers maximum impact and reflects the owners relaxed living style.

Before
Before

Existing 1960's kitchen

Before
Before

Existing dining area

Before
Before

Original bathroom

Before
Before

Original bathroom

Structural wall
Structural wall

Wall to be removed

Demolition
Demolition

Opening up the floor space

Demolition
Demolition

Open plan

Demoltion
Demoltion

When two become one

Demoltion
Demoltion

Removal of original tiles

Rendering
Rendering

Positioning of niche shelving

Joinery
Joinery

Construction of corner cabinets

Bathroom Vanity Top
Bathroom Vanity Top

Bespoke Blackwood timber top being joined

Vanity top
Vanity top

Prepping vanity top for water protection

After
After

Custom vanity in place

After
After

Free standing bath in place

Building
Building

New cornice was installed to give the new opened up room consistency

Building
Building

New rendering on ceiling covering the gap and new support beam in the ceiling

After
After

Space where old wall used to sit now opened up

This is a project in progress. After pictures to come!