1950s Home, Grey Lynn

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The owner of this 1950s home requested the kitchen be designed around a new counter that was sympathetic to the form and style of the worn out original. Using the botanical print of the drapery as a starting point a motif was created and printed into Formica. Close attention to the detail in the counter pattern and the restoration of as many of the original features as possible help to recapture the fifties. 

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Streamlining the original layout to incorporate an integrated oven, cooktop and dishwasher into the old cabinets by pulling them forward allowed more bench top space in this large kitchen. This design achieved the blend of modern function with retro elega
Years of old paintwork were stripped away to reveal a rich grain in the original woodwork. During the day natural light floods the space and highlights this rediscovered timber and the new Formica patterned benchtop. The soft tones of the walls and tiles
At the client's request, we designed and had this task light made to be hung over the sink. It complements the stainless steel handles and the soft 1950s curves used in the kitchen.
A close up of the Formica custom pattern that we designed and fabricated for the counter using the older manufacturing techniques. 

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1950s Home, Grey Lynn

The owner of this 1950s home requested the kitchen be designed around a new counter that was sympathetic to the form and style of the worn out original. Using the botanical print of the drapery as a starting point a motif was created and printed into Formica. Close attention to the detail in the counter pattern and the restoration of as many of the original features as possible help to recapture the fifties. 

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Streamlining the original layout to incorporate an integrated oven, cooktop and dishwasher into the old cabinets by pulling them forward allowed more bench top space in this large kitchen. This design achieved the blend of modern function with retro elega
Years of old paintwork were stripped away to reveal a rich grain in the original woodwork. During the day natural light floods the space and highlights this rediscovered timber and the new Formica patterned benchtop. The soft tones of the walls and tiles
At the client's request, we designed and had this task light made to be hung over the sink. It complements the stainless steel handles and the soft 1950s curves used in the kitchen.
A close up of the Formica custom pattern that we designed and fabricated for the counter using the older manufacturing techniques. 

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1950s Home, Grey Lynn

The owner of this 1950s home requested the kitchen be designed around a new counter that was sympathetic to the form and style of the worn out original. Using the botanical print of the drapery as a starting point a motif was created and printed into Formica. Close attention to the detail in the counter pattern and the restoration of as many of the original features as possible help to recapture the fifties. 

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Enquire about the process / fees
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Streamlining the original layout to incorporate an integrated oven, cooktop and dishwasher into the old cabinets by pulling them forward allowed more bench top space in this large kitchen. This design achieved the blend of modern function with retro elega
Years of old paintwork were stripped away to reveal a rich grain in the original woodwork. During the day natural light floods the space and highlights this rediscovered timber and the new Formica patterned benchtop. The soft tones of the walls and tiles
At the client's request, we designed and had this task light made to be hung over the sink. It complements the stainless steel handles and the soft 1950s curves used in the kitchen.
A close up of the Formica custom pattern that we designed and fabricated for the counter using the older manufacturing techniques. 
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