Our clients wanted to transform their small Balaclava townhouse into something, ‘fun, contemporary and monochromatic.’ With space being their biggest issue, meant our designer had to ensure they styled to scale and incorporate more storage throughout their home.
The kitchen sticks to a striking monochromatic theme, the black cabinetry has anti finger print technology giving the space a sleek and sophisticated look. The clients specifically needed the kitchen to look great as they were due to have their wedding ceremony to the adjacent dining area! For the kitchen this meant taking out the existing full- length window by replacing it with a Louvre window, allowing the designer to increase bench space. The bench top features a super durable porcelain material, perfect for food prepping as stains and bacteria absorb into the surface.
The main bathrooms size was increased by taking some space from the spare bedroom. This allowed the designer to create a beautiful bespoke double vanity and incorporate a large luxe shower. Penny round tiling was a consistent element through out the main bathroom and the ensuite, making for a quirky and unique feature wall, meeting the clients brief of thinking outside the box.
Inserting texture throughout the home was a must, different shaped tiles were used within the kitchen, powder room and main bathroom injecting character within the space. Our clients wanted to think outside of the box and to which our designer had a lot of fun doing by incorporating penny round tiling and floating vanity.