Wonderful Kitchens  and designer Andrew Dee helped to transform a dark and rundown kitchen into a much more attractive space, capable of everyday cooking and entertaining. Prior to the new kitchen design, the kitchen was not somewhere the client wanted to spend any time.

The space needed a large amount of building work to ensure it realised its full potential. A privacy wall was removed to open up the room and the irregular ceiling heights also had to be rectified.

The straight bench top was cleverly wrapped around the large bay window to optimise the amount of available bench space.

The clients chose Alpine White Quantum Quartz in the kitchen design to complement the streamlined appearance of the space. Minimal-looking Kethy Roma handles were selected to further enhance the clean lines in the kitchen design.

All heavy elements have been concealed out of view and are positioned at one end of the kitchen in an “appliance” wall. A range of Blum fixtures designed to ensure the kitchen operates at the height of efficiency is also hidden behind closed doors and drawers.

The refreshed kitchen design features a layout which flows nicely into the adjoining living area, creating one cohesive space that the owners now enjoy spending time in. The Wonderful Kitchens’ makeover has given the kitchen a new lease on life, but it has also revived the owners’ love of cooking and entertaining.