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I inherited a very plain kitchen, & although the materials used were not to my taste, they provided a great backdrop and I was able to manipulate and layer the space to cater to my cooking needs & lifestyle.

Photography by William Meppem

I first addressed the hardware and layered the space with a hardware story that suited the cupboard sizes & uses as well as being a part of my larger design intent for the space.

With the addition of my new Liebherr fridge, I removed some cupboards to replace them with some magnificent vintage French ones that were on hand at The Society inc shop.

I finished my mini makeover off by designing a central island crafted by my clever husband from salvaged Baltic pine and Blackbutt.

And voilà, a personal tactile kitchen that reflects me, my family & how we like to live!

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