Located in Sydney’s leafy Hills District this family home was built in the late 80’s. Reflective of it’s vintage the kitchen was dark, dated, and closed off from the formal dining room and lounge.
The design brief was:
Impala Designer Hilary Ryan reconfigured the space. Opening up the kitchen, creating a
lovely space with tons of natural light and allowing for a beautiful 4.4 meter island which family and friends can gather. When looking to connect the kitchen with formal areas Impala installed sliding glass doors, once again bringing light into an area that had previously been had been dark and cut off from the rest of the living areas.
While aesthetics are lovely we know the functionality is key to a successful kitchen renovation. And this kitchen has it in spades. Great pantry design replaced the pokey corner pantry and a wing line sideways appliance cupboard allowing large, bulky everyday items to be easily accessible and not cluttering the workspace. Sleek induction cooktop creates a highly efficient cooking zone maximising bench space. Large capacity bins placed near the sink makes meals prep a breeze and recycling easy. Specially designed vertical tray and chopping board storage keep’s under the sink area tidy.
Clients are delighted with their new kitchen. The new layout is a win for all. Loved by the cook, family and friends.
Benchtop: Caesarstone Calacatta Nuvo 60mm mitred edge
Doors: Shaker style in Dulux Whisper White
Sink and Tap: Franke
Wine Fridge: Vintec
Stools: Provincial Home Living