This project involved the extensive renovation of a kitchen and two bathrooms as well a general renovation upgrade throughout an old villa. The existing kitchen was removed to allow for a new kitchen layout with high-quality finishes and details. This included the use of natural stone, black slate for the bench tops and green marble for the splash backs. American oak joinery panels were stained black on one wall and contrasted with a more naturally finished oak for cupboards and open shelving on the adjacent wall.
The existing bathrooms were upgraded with new fittings, stone tiles and black oak vanities and wall panels. A cupboard laundry was relined with black oak wall panels and doors, and the client finished these off nicely with brass hardware from Buster and Punch. An extensive bathroom renovation completely transforming the old bathrooms to new.
Throughout the renovation process we worked with the old villa to avoid making any dramatic structural changes. We also worked closely with the client, Natalie Moinfar, on all finishes and fittings. This collaboration was an easy fit with Natalie’s design background and helped to maintain a high level of quality throughout the project.
Interiors in collaboration with Natalie Moinfar.
Photos: David Straight | www.davidstraight.net
Builder: LH Construction | www.lhconstruction.nz
Kitchen & Cabinet Maker: Form Design | www.formdesign.co.nz
Feature Lights: Inlite, Douglas & Bec
Bathroom Fittings: Plumbline | www.plumbline.co.nz