Muricata House

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Photographer: Jay Drew

I was commissioned to revitalize the first-floor kitchen, dining and living area of this 1970s home. Despite being sound structurally this dwelling was outdated and the layout disjointed. By removing a wall between the kitchen and lounge the area became an open plan, and these two vital zones were connected. Next the existing kitchen was removed; Ceaserstone benchtops, new cabinetry, appliance’s and tapware transformed this hub. A beautiful Butlers sink is a stunning feature piece, and handle-free cabinetry gives a sleek, modern edge. The owners were thrilled by the engineered timber flooring and an acoustic underlay was installed to limit the noise transferred between floors. Fresh paint, shutters and gorgeous linen curtains and blinds complete the feel of beach luxe. Final touches lay in the lighting update: the amazing Muuto Ambit Rail pendant over the dining table, and pendant lighting in the stairwell, complete the transformation. 

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Muricata House

Photographer: Jay Drew

I was commissioned to revitalize the first-floor kitchen, dining and living area of this 1970s home. Despite being sound structurally this dwelling was outdated and the layout disjointed. By removing a wall between the kitchen and lounge the area became an open plan, and these two vital zones were connected. Next the existing kitchen was removed; Ceaserstone benchtops, new cabinetry, appliance’s and tapware transformed this hub. A beautiful Butlers sink is a stunning feature piece, and handle-free cabinetry gives a sleek, modern edge. The owners were thrilled by the engineered timber flooring and an acoustic underlay was installed to limit the noise transferred between floors. Fresh paint, shutters and gorgeous linen curtains and blinds complete the feel of beach luxe. Final touches lay in the lighting update: the amazing Muuto Ambit Rail pendant over the dining table, and pendant lighting in the stairwell, complete the transformation. 

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Muricata House

Photographer: Jay Drew

I was commissioned to revitalize the first-floor kitchen, dining and living area of this 1970s home. Despite being sound structurally this dwelling was outdated and the layout disjointed. By removing a wall between the kitchen and lounge the area became an open plan, and these two vital zones were connected. Next the existing kitchen was removed; Ceaserstone benchtops, new cabinetry, appliance’s and tapware transformed this hub. A beautiful Butlers sink is a stunning feature piece, and handle-free cabinetry gives a sleek, modern edge. The owners were thrilled by the engineered timber flooring and an acoustic underlay was installed to limit the noise transferred between floors. Fresh paint, shutters and gorgeous linen curtains and blinds complete the feel of beach luxe. Final touches lay in the lighting update: the amazing Muuto Ambit Rail pendant over the dining table, and pendant lighting in the stairwell, complete the transformation. 

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