A simple client wish list for this kitchen renovation … maximize storage whilst maintaining the current footprint.
The original kitchen had white cabinets and white stone tops, the vast open plan space and spectacular views gobbled up the white on white and did little to enhance the concrete floors. Flipping the pallet to Black on Black gave the space substance and suited the industrial vibe of the home. Dysfunctional pantry doors that opened into workspaces were replaced with pocket sliding hardware allowing pantry and crockery doors to remain open without inhibiting workflow while the family cooked.
Hardwearing finishes ensured durability and finger print free maintenance.
Hardworking cabinet makers at The Kitchen Business ensured the finer details were executed precisely.
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Established in 2001 Lisa Redshaw Design is an Interior Design studio offering a bespoke residential service to the beautiful Bay of Plenty.
The basis of each successful project is Lisa's ability to listen. The process is about nurturing and expanding your personal visions, providing support to ensure all decisions are informed decisions, and enabling you to enjoy the journey – the result is innovative and individual spaces.